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Coreyoria World Tour

“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”

I'm back and better than ever.

Good news, kids: I'm home safe and sound. After a solid 13 hours of international travel, I reached St. Louis. My flights went well; only one minor delay coming from Detroit to St. Louis, but it was all good. No jet lag yet. I also don't really believe in jet lag. At least, that's what I'm telling myself. We'll see how that works. They make you jump through some hoops to get into this country, but it's good to be back (for now). :-D

If anything super cool or interesting happens in my life, I will surely make a post, but that might not be until my next adventure or if I think of something about my last one that I want to reflect on. In any case, stay tuned-in, shoot me an email, or give me a call.

Bye for now,
Cor

P.S. This is a shout-out to my peeps in Como: Woot! I'm coming in tomorrow (Friday) afternoon/eveningish! Can't wait to see you all!
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16/9/05 01:15

We've heard about Rome, Venice, Athens, London and Amsterdam. But the greatest city of all, Detroit, was entirely glossed over. What was it like? The culture? The people? The landscape?    



16/9/05 07:26

You act as though my omission of the city of Detroit wasn't somehow strategic. It's just that ... well, I didn't want to make the Europeans feel ashamed of their own cities. Detroit was, I'm afraid, simply too incredible for words.    



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