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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Faces of Cuba: Girl at the Window

Visiting Havana, I stayed in a casa particulare, a private home just two blocks from the Malecón and removed from the tourist bubble.

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Keepsakes from Bruges – Jewelry by Blaton

Just a little tired after a late night flight from Budapest, I began my first full day in Bruges with a walk along the Groenerei Canal. While itineraries are great, I enjoy letting some travel days unfold without any plan other…

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London Calling: Beautiful Belgravia

London has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to architectural treats, but Belgravia is in a field of its own.

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Only in Vancouver: Characters from Our Polar Bear Swim

You saw in my last post that we continued our New Year’s tradition with a running dip into the cool winter waters of Vancouver’s English Bay. Here, I thought I’d bring you some footage and photos of the wild and…

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In For A Penny …

Yes, we did it again! On New Year’s Day, we made our way down to English Bay to celebrate the Vancouver way.Call we Vancouverites and the people from numerous countries who join us what you like: silly, brave, adventurous,  foolhardy…

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A Bit of Bubbly

A bit of bubbly is a great way close out the year, yes? While we did enjoy some glasses of champagne later on New Year’s Eve, these shots are from a walk down to False Creek on the afternoon of…

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