Adventures in Coffee Making


Coffee is the most important liquid in the entire universe, and we met some of the Colombian farmers who produce it by hand.

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Camping Griffon's pebble beach

Was Canadian Whisky Smuggled to Al Capone From Our Beach in l’Anse-au-Griffon?


Was Canadian whisky smuggled to Al Capone from our beach in l’Anse-au-Griffon? Local legend might be historical fact.

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More Street Art: Murals of Isla Mujeres


The inventive and talented street artists of Isla Mujeres have been busy. Check out some more stunningly beautiful murals including new 3d effects and other tricks!

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Queen Maev by J. C. Leyendecker

Queen of the Stone Age


In the stygian darkness of her stone tomb, Maebh slumbers in state. On her head is a crown, in her hands a sword, and at her feet, her war chariot. In Ireland, a country awash with history and legend, there is always more to discover.

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Street Art: Murals of Isla Mujeres


One of Isla Mujeres island’s many charms is that many of its buildings are covered by beautiful murals, and each street corner reveals new artistic vistas.

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Crashed Ice Ottawa 2017


Velocity enthusiasts rocket themselves down an ice rollercoaster during the Red Bull Ice Cross Downhill World Championship in Ottawa.

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Downtown Cardiff with castle in background

Betting Would Be Easy If You Knew The Future


In which a traveler from the not-so-distant future tells us a sports result.

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Connemara skyline

Wild Atlantic Way: Connemara and the Sky Road


Wild Atlantic Way: The spectacular Connemara region has a tremendous bleak beauty that leaves a real impression.

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Ring of Kerry road with sheep in foreground

Wild Atlantic Way: Ring of Kerry, Skelligs, and Valentia Island


Exploring the famous Ring of Kerry in south-west Ireland.

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A castle in the nearby national park

Lakes of Killarney


Killarney Lakes area is more than just a great base to explore some of Ireland’s more famous scenery – it is a wonderful vacation spot of its own.

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A Connemara Love Story


Boy meets girl: A Connemara love story, with a castle and cathedral.

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“Cinco de Mayo: Fury Road” in Puebla


You know you are in for one hell of a Cinco de Mayo parade when you see a giant fort roll slowly by, bellowing smoke from explosions and throwing the bodies of soldiers and horses into the air.

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Manchones Reef, Isla Mujeres

Scuba Diving off Isla Mujeres


Isla Mujeres in Mexico offers fun and interesting options for scuba divers of all levels.

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Dog Sitting in Isla Mujeres


A canine companion is our excuse to relax on Mexico’s beautiful Isla Mujeres.

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Bytown By Biplane


Every day above Ottawa a biplane loops, slides and slips the summer skies.
What better way to see the city?

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Trip Review: Royalton Riviera Cancun Resort


Get pampered at a posh family-friendly resort in Mexico’s Riviera Maya.

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Gaspesie Fall Colours

Gaspesie – Fall Colours


Gaspésie is a large peninsula in Eastern Quebec jutting out into the Gulf of St Lawrence, dramatically dominated by cliffs hills and mountains, criss-crossed with rivers and valleys, and bordered by the sea. What better time to visit it than the autumn?

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National Air and Space Museum Mall Exhibits / Photo by National Air and Space Museum.

National Air and Space Museum or Udvar-Hazy Center?


If you had to choose between Washington DC’s Smithsonian Air and Space Museum or the Udvar-Hazy Center, which would you pick and why?

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Top 10 Reasons Yucatán Peninsula Rocks


Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula is an amazing place to explore! Here are my top ten reasons why it should be on any traveler’s “must visit” list of world destinations.

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Cenote Diving in the Yucatan


Cenotes are water-filled limestone caves that hold a special place in Mayan folklore – and are great fun to explore. I’m lucky to be on vacation in Mexico and jumped at the chance to see them above and below the water line.

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