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Dulan Junipers and the Silk Road

When I was a teenager, I liked Joseph Conrad’s books (which bear re-reading as an adult). I remember reading Younghusband’s account of his travels in Sinkiang. These books undoubtedly were a reason why I traveled round the world when I was 20, going to some out of the way spots. The Dulan junipers, which we’ve […]