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World at a Glance: Black Rocks and petroglyphs in St Kitts

There’s more to little St Kitts than great beaches and UNESCO listed military installations. This tiny Caribbean nation is also home to black rocks and rock carvings. OK, I hear you say. Rock carvings are interesting. But black rocks? I’m glad you asked. At one of the spots where the wild Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean, […]

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No more: The natural bridge of Aruba

The natural bridge, the square 50 cent coin, the windblown Divi Divi trees pointing to the southwest… in Aruba, you always know directions.

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The big lobster in Shediac

Shediac is the self-proclaimed lobster capital of the world, and appropriately, home to the world’s largest lobster, in best Australian style.

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Lighthouse in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Family-friendly Prince Edward Island

Nature is at her best in Prince Edward Island, with rolling green meadows, red sand beaches and surrounded by the sea; red sea, caused by the red earth. In fact, PEI looks just as sweet and beautiful as in the Anne of Green Gables films.

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Nova Scotia with kids

Atlantic Canada is often overlooked. I recommend a road trip in Nova Scotia with kids, visiting Halifax, Pictou, Annapolis Royal, Lunenburg, and much more.

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MSF- Haiti

Haïti – how to help

Earlier this week, an earth quake measuring 7 plus on the Richter’s scale hit Haïti. Instead of posting a travel photo on Friday, I’m doing a little bit to bring attention to how we can help.

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Spitsbergen in the Svalbard Archipelago

8 Places I’d rather be right now

8 places I’d rather be right now: Spitsbergen, Australia, Devonport (New Zealand), Singapore, Buenos Aires, Paris, Cape Town and Namibia.

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