Since it only comes but once every four years, I have decided to commemorate the Leap Year phenomenon by sharing the best leaps from my travel adventures. The Great Jump of China The Bahama Beach Jump Man Overboard! The San Diego Boardwalk Jump Jump Like an Egyptian Border Jump (A Wall Won’t Stop Me!) … More #Instaleap: Leaps From Years Travelling Around the World
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Photo provided by Jody Lundrigan – Used with permission Today’s interview is with Jody Lundrigan, who loves sharing her travel adventures with the world via her blog. Inspired by Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” poem, Jody makes time to travel while fulfilling the responsibilities of a full-time job. She…
Two thousand and fourteen is going to be a hard year to top but as an homage to this incredible year, here are my favourite memories from the adventures of 2014… Bahamas Starting off a Canadian winter in the Bahamas is always the right idea. We found the smallest town on the tiniest island and … More The Adventures of 2014
I don’t know what it is about statues but I love them. It’s impossible for me to pass a bronzed or marbled or any sculpted shape without climbing it, mimicking it or getting my picture taken with the immortalized soul. I am sure some psychiatrist could dismantle my obsession with ease but I can’t figure … More What is it about statues?
Even the villages in China have a population of a couple million people; these are the small towns. To find something as quaint as the outport settlements of my native home (Newfoundland), which can contain as few as a handful of houses, was a sight few travellers to China get a chance to experience. But … More We had a yabba dabba doo time…living in a cave.