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It is now 7.30pm in the small fishing village on the Ligurian coast where I have spent the past month.

26th July, 2008

It is now 7.30pm in the small fishing village on the Ligurian coast where I have spent the past month.

The last rays of sunshine sank into the hills behind us more than an hour ago, but that doesn’t seem to bother the dozens of sunbathers who are still panned out on the little stretch of sand that I can see from the window where I type.

Many of them will still be...

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