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NEPAL | Tue, 28 Jul 2015 | By shantysan | Views 
STUNTEDMIND June 2001
REGICIDE IN KATHMANDU: A Family Turned Against Itself
By Sandy Powlik
I LEFT NEPAL on May 23, 2001. I had been over there ... Read more >
Tags: canada, crown prince, himalaya, kathmandu, king binendra, king guyanendra, nepal, regicide, royal family, royal immunity
CANADA | Fri, 15 May 2015 | By sheerradiance | Views 
I almost don’t want to share this story for fear that it will become so commercialized that it will lose its mystique. That would be too selfish and a complete waste of beauty. Coming from a small town I kind of took for granted the natural elements ... Read more >
Tags: adventurist, alberta, bears, camping, canada, canada, glacier mountains, mountains, outdoors, wildlife
CANADA | Wed, 29 Oct 2014 | By shaunagayle | Views 
What an experience... Never have I ever...loved and hated a travel experience equally as much as I have this one. Spending the summer in Muskoka was supposed to be all fires, boat rides, sunshine and all things amazing! In reality, for three out of ... Read more >
Tags: canada, muskoka, ontario, work vacations
CANADA | Wed, 10 Sep 2014 | By grahamdube | Views 
Greetings World Nomads,
I have finally bit the bullet and purchased travel insurance for my trip. Its only 8 days away! The next big step is to find a place to stay and rest my head after the 20 hour flight. Wish me luck and keep your stick on the ... Read more >
Tags: british columbia, canada, insurance, victoria, world nomads
CANADA | Wed, 21 May 2014 | By natashagan | Views 
“Where are you from?” a friend of mine asked.
“Indonesia,” I said. He gazed up at the ceiling, as if picturing an atlas, wondering where Indonesia could possibly be on it.
“It’s near Australia? You know where ... Read more >
Tags: canada, culture shock, indonesia, usa
AUSTRALIA | Fri, 9 May 2014 | By danistevez | Views 
Woooww!! My trip from Down Under (Australia) to Up Over (that's what I called Canada) has actually started nearly 3 years ago: this is the time that I have been living in Australia for. It feels quite a lot to be honest!
On the other hand I feel like ... Read more >
Tags: australia, canada, travel
CANADA | Fri, 12 Jul 2013 | By nikki_morf | Views 
So this is in continuation of my previous blog...I'm new at all this blogging stuff so please forgive me if I get it wrong, or don't forgive me whatever!!
I went to Vegas as my stop over, right. As I said it was so overwhelming going there on my own.... Read more >
Tags: canada, la maison du patriote, montreal, vegs
CANADA | Thu, 4 Jul 2013 | By basanti13 | Views 
Hello World! , is practically the first thing that I said coming out of the womb. Ever since I was a child I have always wanted to explore and discover this beautiful planet that we call home. So who am I? That is a pretty deep question, and I still ... Read more >
Tags: canada, lakes, mountains, scholarship
UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 2 Jul 2013 | By subranu | Views 
So I was in London a few days back. It's not like I've not been there before, but this was my first time exploring the city alone. The sole purpose of going was to apply for my Canadian Visa, which look about 2 hours only. Very efficient, I must say.... Read more >
Tags: canada, england, london, new, old, paddington, travel, visa
CANADA | Wed, 26 Jun 2013 | By devincasey | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
Born 1963, Ottawa, Canada.
Certificate in Advertising & Graphic Design, Humber College, Toronto.
After college I worked in retail advertising for 15 years at agencies in Toronto, including Typesettra. When desktop publishing took over, I traded my shiny ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: canada, lake huron, ontario, southampton, storm
CANADA | Sun, 23 Jun 2013 | By benjamin_louwerse | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry
Throughout history, mankind has always felt a need for visual references to past events. While the human imagination serves this purpose to a point, it is still hard to beat an actual image representation of what happened. From the ancient drawings found ... Read more >See all 5 photos >>
Tags: alberta, canada, control, heli-logging, helicopter, infestation, northern alberta, pine beetle, travel photography scholarship 2013, wilderness
AUSTRALIA | Sun, 9 Jun 2013 | By aliryan | Views 
Since we stayed another night in Campbell River (going with the flow). We missed the ferry from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert!
Which wasn’t a big deal. That’s one of the best things about Canada is everyone is so chilled. Instead of having ... Read more >
Tags: body, canada, change, crazy times, cute, hardy, mind, port, pub, soul
AUSTRALIA | Sat, 8 Jun 2013 | By aliryan | Views  | Video
Again we hadn’t even been out of our hostel for more then two minutes before some guy pulled over and asked “Hey are you girls from Sweden” we replied “nah mate we’re Ozzie” (Apparently Swedish people wear sailor ... Read more >
Tags: boat, canada, captains hats, eagles, filming, free, rapids, river, tour, whales
CANADA | Sat, 8 Jun 2013 | By aliryan | Views 
Don’t miss your bus! Missing our bus from Vancouver to Horseshoe bay means we had to take a later ferry. Which means we missed the connecting bus to get us to Port Hardy, and could only get half way. Thinking we could just hitch hike it the ... Read more >
Tags: boats, campbell river, canada, ferries, free style, horror, hostel, plan, salior, traveling
CANADA | Sun, 14 Apr 2013 | By rockwell | Views 
August 26 – August 30, 2011
On August 26th we crossed from Ontario into “Friendly Manitoba”. It was strange riding from thick forest, smelling of pine and cedar, to flat grassland, filled with the aroma of hay and manure. It was ... Read more >
Tags: alberta, around the world, canada, ktm 990 adventure, manitoba, motorcycle, saskatchewan
CANADA | Mon, 8 Apr 2013 | By joannawong | Views 
I'm leaving North America tonight and will be heading south to my Latin American leg of Peru, Argentina and Brazil.
I am excited and a little anxious about what new adventures await me. We'll see you there!
Tags: canada, peru
USA | Mon, 25 Mar 2013 | By joannawong | Views 
I left Montréal with a heavy heart. I didn't expect to feel like this especially since my next stop has been my dream for a very long time - New York City.
The train ride from Montréal to New York took 12 hours but was pretty scenic.... Read more >
Tags: canada, cities, food, friendly strangers, friends, nature, snow, trains, usa, winter
CANADA | Sat, 23 Mar 2013 | By joannawong | Views 
It's been a month since I left sunny Brisbane. I'm currently in the trés cool city of Montréal.
I wasn't sure if I liked it on my first day but I blame that on being tired and visiting the touristy area of Vieux-Montréal. I did ... Read more >
Tags: canada, cities, food, home, languages, nights out, sightseeing, snow, winter
CANADA | Wed, 20 Mar 2013 | By joannawong | Views 
It's my last day in Calgary. I have to admit I have not done a lot of walking in the city. In fact, yesterday was the first time I walked around Lindsay's neighbourhood, Bridgelands.
It's been a very chilled out visit to say the least. I've ... Read more >
Tags: canada, cities, food, friendly strangers, friends, nature, old memories, snow, snowboarding, yoga
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