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... Huron. The outline of the Great Lakes of Canada and the US were a part of my
school geography and which has always remained in my memory, especially that of Lake Superior which my geography master used to liken to a wolf’s head. The border crossing back into Canada was again quick and hassle free and we could hand over our US Visa Waiver card to the Canadian immigration officer which made life easier.
We were by then on the Trans Canada Highway 17 and ended up for ...
... I am surely going back with mixed feelings, on the one hand I am excited to be there as a full staff member and to experience the time with the kids. But on the other side I am going back to the place I had thought of to never return again, and I will be eating the same food again and sleeping in the same rooms again...
As I enter the building on this dull morning I am suddenly overwhelmed by the scents and smells of the still very familiar corridors ...
... objective was to deliver 5,000 kits, not necessarily have a great time doing so.
Upon reflection, it became apparent to me that these two trips (2012 and 2013) to Togo which initially seemed to be separate were, in actuality, simply the bookends of a 13 month emotional and cultural bonding with this tiny West African country, and in particular a handful of individuals that I got to know during the first trip. As a measure ...
... a trusting person and believe in the good in everyone to a fault. But I am a safe, smart traveller; especially when traveling alone. I don't go draped in fine jewels or waving wads of cash (assuming I have either to flaunt). I don't go out alone after dark and I don't take candy from strangers. I act safe. I feel safe. The second question I get is "why Nicaragua?" Well why not? I've been fascinated with Central America since I ...
... and they usually perform
with individual beat which derived from a political, historical or a unique
fantasy theme. All the masquerade groups have their own “King” and “Queen” who
wears the most extravagant costumes.
The music of the Caribana parade
mainly belongs to the main Caribbean carnival
aesthetic-rhythm and motion. The pan is the only particular music which ...
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