Nonfiction | March 01, 2004

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Suzanne and I were nearing the end of a journey together that had taken us overland through Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.  On the front steps of a hotel in New Delhi I waited for a taxi among shirtless, mostly sleeping baggage men.

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