Foreignn Love Story

The memoirs and dubious advice of Joko Bacalonez, the most interesting man in the world.


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youthful bliss

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R.I.P. Whitney Houston - You will be missed, but never forgotten

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Things Dominicans Do.

IM WEAK!!

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A young vendor at the market in Fort de kock poses by her peppers.
Location:Fort de Kock, Sumatra, Indonesia.Photographer:W. ROBERT MOORE/National Geographic Stock

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A young vendor at the market in Fort de kock poses by her peppers.

Location:Fort de Kock, Sumatra, Indonesia.Photographer:W. ROBERT MOORE/National Geographic Stock

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Marley

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Marley

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Lionel, 99, and his wife Ellen Buxton, 100, met in March 1930, married on July 18th 1936 and have been inseperable ever since.

The couple, together a total of 82 years, have not spent more than one night apart.

Upon speaking of their marriage, Ellen says:

“We have never been apart really and have never wanted anyone else. We have been married happily because we have been good friends as well as husband and wife.

We have always made sure we have had nice evenings out together. Whether it is going for a romantic meal or out to play bingo

‘We are more in love now than ever. We keep each other going.”

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A Tongan woman adds finishing touches to a tapa, a bark cloth made in the islands of the Pacific Ocean.
photo by Luis Marden

A Tongan woman adds finishing touches to a tapa, a bark cloth made in the islands of the Pacific Ocean.

photo by Luis Marden

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