The Travelling Briefcase
is a programme built for avid travellers and anyone else interested in the more quirky things about travel.
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Whenever Phil feels the urge to contact home,
his addictive prose-writing is first reported and sent to his close friend Leanne.
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"For the past few years, Pearson has gone through an "extreme makeover", which has made it dramatically different. The last of my childhood memories will finally be demolished, with its remaining few flights moved to Terminal 1."
"It has been two days since I arrived on that inevitable plane bound from Toronto. Sitting in this lonely cold hotel room, I have recieved two absolutely different views of what a hotel room should look like."
"I don't know why, and I don't know how, but somehow I have wound up in the resort destination of Bintan, Indonesia. You would think that a resort would be a very fine pleasure, and yes, there's a beach with the adorable seaside view. "
"Compared to you and I, he's Donavan Bailey for god's sake. 'Dashing through the asphalt, hauling a hundred pounds of flesh'... Anyways, the dashing was more or less neccessary due to the huge crowds that befall this district."
"I was lucky to be stuck in a crowded subway train. I saw Roppongi Hills and I saw Shinjuku, home of big bulletin boards and plenty to do. And before I realised the time, it's almost time for me to go home. It's that interesting."
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