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Assignation with An Assassination

Submitted by on August 5, 2018 – 2:20 am
Pod Baranem berry mousse cheesecake, vodkas
Wawel Castle, Krakow

Wawel Castle, Krakow

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Given the excesses of our foray into Jan Baran’s fresh, local, creative, contemporary take on the culinary renaissance going on in Poland—they know the hunter who shot the deer in a forest near Krakow and have photos of the beef farmer with his cows—I am feeling sated and python-like sedated when, in his stumbling English, my host drops the bomb.

“I have a friend who went to South Africa. He shot and killed a black man because the black man was a communist. My friend is in prison: more than 20 years.” Continue reading Assignation with An Assassination on Perceptive Travel

 

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