WHEN I TRAVEL FOR WORK

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If the work is hard, I do as close to noth­ing as I can rea­son­ably man­age with­out starv­ing to death in my ho­tel room. If I find my­self with time off though, I visit lo­cal mu­se­ums and his­tor­i­cal sites, so I can learn a bit about what­ever cul­ture it is I’ve been lucky enough to ex­pe­ri­ence. More than any­thing else I re­mem­ber hav­ing re­ally medi­ocre spaghetti bolog­nese in Italy and think­ing the chef had dis­hon­oured his coun­try’s legacy and dis­ap­pointed his mother. Great bread, though.

WHERE I GO TO UN­WIND

There are Ir­ish pubs all over the world and so long as there is Ir­ish mu­sic play­ing in­side, then I’ll be there to re­cover from what­ever shenani­gans I man­aged dur­ing the day.

THE ONE THING THAT’S AL­WAYS IN MY CARRY-ON

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