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Tell the story no one sees coming

Every time I read a travel journalist's account of travelling with young children that suggests an inexhaustible supply of good cheer fueled by an insatiable interest in crowded museums, unfamiliar foods and marathon city walks, all I can think is: tell us what really happened. 

My latest comment, published today in The Globe and Mail, is ostensibly about travel writing. But really, it's about the thrill of the unexpected angle, of telling a story in a way no one sees coming.


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