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The Lighthouse Trail from Shelburne to Lunenburg

My quick one-night stopover in Yarmouth had provided me with great insight into local history and architecture. In an interview with two local hospitality entrepreneurs I also learned about the heritage tourism opportunities in southwestern ... Read more

Edinburgh Explored: The Royal Mile and New Town

After my visit to Edinburgh Castle I strolled along the top portion of the Royal Mile, a long thoroughfare actually composed of four ancient streets in the Old Town. The Royal Mile stretches from Castlehill to Canongate and connects Edinbur ... Read more

Buffalo Travel: The Forest Lawn Cemetery and Dinner at the Blue Monk

As the sun came out we continued our walking tour of the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo and admired the large collection of mausoleums and gravestones. One of the most interesting ones is a sphinx on a pedestal, dedicated to the Gilbert fa ... Read more

Krista Scott: A Spunky Spirit, Snow Boarder, Surfer Girl, Australian H ...

I always keep my eyes open for interesting people, and Krista Scott just absolutely grabbed my attention. I first met Krista 2 days ago on a whitewater kayaking weekend where she accompanied our group to do our first kayaking lessons on the ... Read more

Berlin Germany: What to See and Do during Your Berlin Holiday

Berlin is Germany’s largest and most multicultural city. More than 5 million people live in its metropolitan area and they hail from more than 190 nations.  Berlin is a very dynamic, ever-changing and progressive city that continues to t ... Read more

The Adventurer Next Door - My Friend Leslie in Antigua

My good friend Leslie recently had a chance to go on a trip to Antigua. Although on a package deal, she managed to get in a few adventures off the beaten track and explore the island in her own ways. Here's her story: 1. You went to Antigu ... Read more

The Sheep Shearing Festival and Learning about Wool

Once a year on the May long weekend, the Canada Agriculture Museum puts on its Sheep Shearing Festival. It is held on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday of the Victoria Day weekend. After my excursion to the see the Flotilla on Dows Lake, one ... Read more

Montreal Travel - The Historic Auberge Bonaparte, Notre Dame Basilica ...

With its famous summer festivals like the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Just for Laughs Festival, Montreal is a hugely popular destination in the warmer months. But the city’s winters are known to be quite chilly, and fewer ... Read more

Presenting: Vivetha Bistro - A Popular Spot Serving Ecclectic Food

My interview at the Beach Hebrew Institute and being around the Wednesday lunch drop-in program had made me hungry, so I decided to continue my discovery of culinary places in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood along Queen Street. At the east ... Read more

Interview with Ivana Grzetic - Former Miss Universe Croatia - Now Sea ...

In one of my searches on the Internet about interesting travel websites I found a site on sea kayaking in the Adriatic. I contacted the webmaster to do a mutual link exchange and upon further investigation, I asked Ivana, one of the founder ... Read more

Arrival in Halifax and a Stunning Musical Performance - DRUM

Slowly but surely my Nova Scotia discoveries were coming to an end. I only had one evening and one full day left after discovering the South West portion of this province over the last four days, following my last stops along the South Shor ... Read more

Montevideo, Uruguay: A Bicycle Ride along the Waterfront

To get the most out of my one full day (November 12, 2011) in Montevideo, Uruguay, I decided to go bicycling to explore the city. I was not able to locate any guided bicycle tours, but I found Orange Bike, a company that actually delivers a ... Read more

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