Practical Paradise

August 25, 2012

Sickness of the Spirit

By Richard Boughton What are they afraid of? It is the first question that comes to mind when I read – Read More...
August 14, 2012

Inky Dinky Disasters

By Richard Boughton I tend to be fond of most critters, especially of the mammalian persuasion – from the lowly – Read More...
August 6, 2012

In Bali, the Possibility of Impossibility

By Richard Boughton I’m trying to be polite. I’m trying to be sensitive. I’m trying to observe local culture, traditions – Read More...
July 23, 2012

Dressed to Kill

By Richard Boughton In the parking lot there is a man with a machinegun. He is dressed all in brown – Read More...
July 19, 2012

Bali’s Dickensian Workers

By Richard Boughton In our continuing search for the cheapest cup of coffee as well as the cheapest mug of – Read More...
July 11, 2012

In Defence of Dogs

By Richard Boughton I like dogs. It may be that I like them better than I like people. I make no – Read More...
July 2, 2012

In a Writhing Rubbish Bin, a Moral Dilemma

By Richard Boughton I found a rat in the outdoor rubbish bin. At first I didn’t know it was a rat, – Read More...
June 25, 2012

Running on Empty (Stomach)

By Richard Boughton My wife believes in the power of money. It’s a matter for her of the surest conviction – Read More...
June 18, 2012

‘Rubber Time’ Is Not Only Native to These Parts

By Richard Boughton America has been called the melting pot of the world, at least in olden times, for its – Read More...
June 11, 2012

Much Ado About Gaga

By Richard Boughton First off, and at the risk of appearing hopelessly out of it, I will admit that up – Read More...
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