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Antonio Carlos Jobim once explained, “New York is great, but it’s a mess; Rio is a mess, but it’s great.”
Everywhere we found water hyacinths in bloom; Monet’s lily pond had nothing on these streams.
The tropics may be fire, but the world ends in ice.
The bizarre flora and fauna seem to be the result of a mad collaboration among Dr. Seuss, Jim Henson, and God.
In the past five years, Chinese cooking has risen phoenixlike from the ashes, and divine food is now to be found in the country’s unnumbered restaurants.
When I walk through the memory palace in which I live, my past seems to be with me.
All that glitters is not gold. Some of it is silver.
How often do you find a South Pacific island nation with your name on it? And how often does it turn out to be just what Herman Melville said it would?
Benesse Island is not just a museum. It is certainly not just a hotel. It is a synthesis of the two, and that synthesis feels very Japanese.