From roaming the streets of St. John’s as a teenager, to touring the world in Newfoundland’s most travelled band: Bob Hallett shares his thoughts on seeing the world and never becoming a lost wanderer.
Patrick reflects on an unpleasant experience in Nicaragua, and how facing our fears can help us to grow as individuals.
Katherine shares five important observations that newcomers to Peru should be aware of.
Sometimes mailing a parcel can be harder than it seems
True stories of llamas, Easter egg hunts, and meditation.
As Nancy unpacks her own suitcases, she muses on the unsettling nature of settling in somewhere new.
Beyond active and passive travelling.
How a taxi driver in pre-revolutionary Egypt introduced a young man from Colliers to the wider world.
Dealing with homesickness on the other side of the world.
Leaving home is about looking ahead, not worrying about what you leave behind
Sometimes you don’t find what you’re looking for, but you discover something you didn’t expect…
Chinese food may not usually be very…Chinese. But does it really matter?
When you live far from your support networks, aging and nostalgia take on a different meaning
If conventional travel isn’t satisfying your need to see and experience other people and places, it may be time for a more ‘active’ approach
What makes a place – a house, a city, a country – truly a home?
On Newfoundland, New Zealand, and a reason for leaving…
Travel involves constant encounters with similarity and difference
Lynn takes us for a weekend trip to Gatineau Park, Quebec
A visit from her Newfoundland cousin gives Erin the chance to review what there is to see and do while visiting Tokyo
Travel often produces conflicted identities…