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As Maydi Díaz walks…

‘Everywhere I went, the world was on my side’

“Traveling.”

Traveling? Oh. OK. That’s cool. Yes, I know, she loves to travel. But what about…

The wrestling for me ended when we walked the medieval streets of Koprivshtista, the central Bulgarian town that would be our first stop. Well, technically, we went first to Sofia, but the following morning we took the train to this truly magical outpost.

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“These are the places where you can really capture the heart of a place,” she told me later.

“The essence,” I said, quizzingly.

“Yes. That’s the word. The essence.”

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Unwinding at Java’s Bistro in Galway, where Maydi wrote the bulk of her Master’s thesis.

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