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Wandering the Great Big World

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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.

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Night of the Knives [NICARAGUA]

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Patrick reflects on an unpleasant experience in Nicaragua, and how facing our fears can help us to grow as individuals.

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Lima in five observations [PERU]

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Katherine shares five important observations that newcomers to Peru should be aware of.

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Ozan and the Postal Box [CYPRUS]

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Sometimes mailing a parcel can be harder than it seems

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Why WWOOF? [New Zealand]

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True stories of llamas, Easter egg hunts, and meditation.

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So far away

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As Nancy unpacks her own suitcases, she muses on the unsettling nature of settling in somewhere new.

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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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You can take the boy out of Newfoundland… [New Zealand]

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Dealing with homesickness on the other side of the world.

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Leaving it behind

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Leaving home is about looking ahead, not worrying about what you leave behind

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Finding Newfoundland in Waterford [Ireland]

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Sometimes you don’t find what you’re looking for, but you discover something you didn’t expect…

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A home-cooked meal

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Chinese food may not usually be very…Chinese. But does it really matter?

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Turning back the clock

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When you live far from your support networks, aging and nostalgia take on a different meaning

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Active and Passive travelling

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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

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‘Bricks and stones’, or ‘Love alone’?

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What makes a place – a house, a city, a country – truly a home?

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Island hopping to the South Pacific [New Zealand]

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On Newfoundland, New Zealand, and a reason for leaving…

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The politics of butter [Travel]

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Travel involves constant encounters with similarity and difference

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Gatineau Park [Quebec]

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Lynn takes us for a weekend trip to Gatineau Park, Quebec

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A weekend in Tokyo [Japan]

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A visit from her Newfoundland cousin gives Erin the chance to review what there is to see and do while visiting Tokyo

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The Great Escape (Part 2)

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Travel often produces conflicted identities…

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