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The Passenger: Voyage of the Darned

(Image by Dimitris Vetsikas from Pixabay) We’ve all had a brush with our mortality at some point in our lives. I remember standing by the edge of a neighbor’s pool, when I was quite young. Some little imp went running […]

Passenger: storm at sea - Image by Dimitris Vetsikas from Pixabay

The Passenger: Voyage of the Darned

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(Image by Dimitris Vetsikas from Pixabay) We’ve all had a brush with our mortality at some point in our lives. I remember standing by the edge of a neighbor’s pool, when I was quite young. Some little imp went running […]

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5 Tips for Preparing for Your Next Road Trip  

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Ayden Hector – Climate Change. Ways to do more than ‘your bit’

We are all generally in acceptance of Climate Change. Cast your mind back only 10 years and there were still strong scents of government conspiracy theories floating about public

John Eilermann St Louis on Why Traveling When You’re Older Is Better

I have traveled a great deal during my lifetime, starting from my early 20s and continuing right up until the present day. For me, travel is the norm but

Nabil Fakih – Booking Travel In The Wake of a Pandemic

My buddy Nabil Fakih and I have traveled all over the world and we had to change and alter so many plans because of the Covid-19 situation that it

Montreal is a Real City of Two Unequal Parts

For Pietro Triassi Montreal has been a source of creativity, peace and of tranquility which has inspired so much of his paintings. It is easy to understand why a

New York City: My Fondest Memories of ‘The Big Apple’

Back in the late 50s, I made my first trip to New York City, aka “The Big Apple.” To make it even more special for myself, I  made the

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