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I live part time in Denmark and part time in England, and my “hometown” in England is Great Malvern. Despite the name it’s not a huge town, but it is beautiful with scenic mountains and great views.

When I started coming there - many years ago - I thought that the town was a bit boring, but I’ve definitely changed my mind. One day we didn't want to drive very far and made a tour in Malvern instead. We visited almost all the shops, went up and down every street and into every little alleyway, and we found all the secret places.  

Some stores turned out to be huge behind the small shop window, while others were interesting and charming despite the somewhat dull appearance, and there were many specialty shops tucked away. Also delicious restaurants and cozy cafes lay well hidden and were probably best known among the locals.

And this is exactly what I want to say:  When we come to a new place as tourists or visitors, it's sometimes wise to think like the locals and explore the place, where we are, instead of running around. We will often be greatly and pleasantly surprised if we do... happy

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