it’s always sunny in montréal

I woke up this morning in Montréal. Don’t ask me how I got here, must have been some kind of vortex that was activated...

a hidden terrace of nineteenth century row houses

While much of Manhattan’s past architectural glory was lost to “progress” prior to the creation of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1965...

a national hero of uruguay in downtown manhattan

As I was walking from Flyingnorthblog International Headquarters in the South Village of New York City toward Canal Street in Tribeca, I followed Sixth...

the sun cuts communications to canada’s arctic provinces. yes, you read it right

Flights have been cancelled, bank machines are inoperable, and mobile phones do not work – all due to the sun. Almost forty communities in...

from london to the simple life in altus, arkansas

By guest blogger Fabien Reynaud. I never thought that after viewing a television program, my partner and I would end up in what at first...

finalement à montréal: nail sculpture, some expert stanchioning and halal wifi

As the flight attendant began to make the "get ready to land" announcement in some accent I could not place, I watched the lights...

belize: a tropical diver’s paradise

I didn't really know what to expect from Belize, a country that gained its independence from Great Britain in 1981 and whose official language...

the newseum in washington, dc

I had heard a lot about the Newseum but never actually made it there the many times I had been to Washington, DC. This...

the ruins of tikal, guatemala

If you find yourself in the region of Central America closest to Mexico, you have a unique opportunity to see one of the most...

get your belize latte buzz at the island buzz café

Golf carts are the main mode of transportation around San Pedro Island off of the Caribbean coast of Belize. One day as my travel...

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