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A route of ideas

Patrick Forsyth considers how a bit of selfanalysis can direct you forward.

Do you regard yourself as average? I suspect that most readers of this column would regard that pretty much as an insult and answer in the negative. Fair enough; but perhaps you would agree that you are fairly typical of a certain kind of traveller: whether you are a student making your first serious forays abroad, a senior citizen spending your kids’ inheritance going round the world or an armchair traveller relying on desk research or memories of childhood trips to fuel your writing.

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