Lights that never go out

How I came to be banned from the world’s most remote island, Tristan da Cunha, by Simon Winchester. ‘We have an unceasing capacity to make ourselves nuisances, basically.’ / sort of related, the amazing Ship Map / also related, the South Atlantic Anomaly / the history of the Cordouan Lighthouse, France’s oldest / ‘The Invention of the Perfect Cup of Coffee: How the creator of the Aerobie became the King of Java at 76′ (via Snarglr, which is an excellent website) / Looking Good: a visual guide to the nun’s habit.

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