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I read this story a few years ago. It was set in Seattle, and was one of those stories where the setting of the story plays a huge role. Reading it, I felt like I was peeping through curtains and looking into Seattle, and from then on I’d always had this idea of visiting Seattle, and dropping by the Farmers’ Market, and enjoying the wharf, and the weather. The fact that it’s a reality now hasn’t fully sunk in yet.

I went into Seattle on a rainy day, typical Washington weather. I adored the markets with its flowers, and the crowds near the fish stalls, the artists selling their jewellery and art, the kids getting distracted by the colours and smells round every corner. It was a lovely way to spend a few hours.


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