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Trepassey to Hawke Hills (Day 5)

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The story of a camping trip through the Avalon Wilderness Reserve (in 7 parts)

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The first step is often the hardest [Egypt]

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How a taxi driver in pre-revolutionary Egypt introduced a young man from Colliers to the wider world.

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The Great Escape (Part 2)

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Travel often produces conflicted identities…

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Cultural crisscross

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Tri-lingual street signs in Macau. Photo by Nancy Cater.

Living and working cross-culturally can change us in subtle, yet profound, ways

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Maddox Cove to St. John’s

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“White blossoms on the bushes reminded me of my brush with summer at Maddox Cove…”

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Leave no trace

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Are humans part of the ‘natural’ environment as well?

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Salmonier to Cape Broyle (Part 3)

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The grand finale of our columnist’s account of a three-day hike through the Avalon Wilderness Reserve

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Salmonier to Cape Broyle (Part 2)

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Part 2 of a 3-part account of the author’s hike through one of the most remote parts of the Avalon Wilderness Reserve

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Salmonier to Cape Broyle

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The first in a 3-part account of the author’s hike through one of the most remote parts of the Avalon Wilderness Reserve

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Flying North for the Summer

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For some, the solitude, isolation and distance of the north is a primary reason to visit…

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Toutons with nutella

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A year after starting her journey in Germany, our correspondent finally makes it home

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Chasing summer…but caught up with winter

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As the round-the-world journey edges closer to completion – and Newfoundland – our protagonist continues through the US

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Needing a vacation from your vacation

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When constant change becomes the new normal, sometimes it can be difficult to take

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And puppy makes three…

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Ever wonder how a dog would handle a round-the-world motorbike trip? We decided to find out…

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Love and hate in Laos

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Laos was not at all what we expected

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