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Posts from the ‘North America’ Category

15 Remarkable Things to do in Drumheller with Kids

The little town of Drumheller is perfect for kids. It has dinosaurs, fossils, extraordinary geography and a long coal-mining history and more for them to explore.

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S(e)oul is where the Heart is

I've never felt less Korean, than the day I was actually surrounded by my own tribe.

How is it that I can feel at home, in a culture that's so far off my inner compass, it's not even on the map?

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Okanagan Valley Landscapes

Canada's Okanagan Valley is full of wineries and breathtaking landscapes.

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Did someone say Babymoon?!

This Saturday, hubby and I are off on the last of our adventures sans squealing baby. And for a globe-galivanting pair such as ourselves, you better believe, it'll have to be the babymoon to end all babymoons.

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The Ultimate Travel Panorama Post (or Where’s Agri?)

In honour of all the fascinating panoramas my trusty Sony has allowed me to shoot all over the world, I've created a little travel quiz, called Where's Agri? What's your best guess?

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Serenity on Maui’s Big Beach

Where was your most serene moment?

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Our Top 7 Travel Moments of 2014

This year seemed to pass in the blink of an eye, but not before we squeezed in a few visits far from home base. Our 2014 travel highlights.

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Gone, but Not Forgotten: Puppy Love

Though my little puppy has been gone since 2004, she'll never be forgotten.

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Hikes and History: the Lake Agnes Tea House

Four hundred metres above the incomparable Lake Louise, lies the equally exceptional Lake Agnes, and itโ€™s historic Tea House.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art

One can dream about having written a bestselling memoir, can't they?

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