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The Great Escape

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Whether we want, have or need to, at some point in time many of us leave this place we call home. Sometimes we may grow and even ‘find’ ourselves while away. Other times we may be lost before we leave.

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Things I have learned from an hourglass

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Some meditations on time and memory: a starting point and compass for the coming year-long journey.

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Confronting familiarity in unfamiliar places

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On the pros and cons and complexities of the ex-pat community

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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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Home for Christmas

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When you’re far from home, the magic of the season appears in unlikely ways

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Northern Ontario and the Canadian “North”

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From Yonge Street to Hudson Bay…

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Us vs. them

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Our understanding of similarity and difference can change over time

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Go Away B’y

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A Newfoundlander living in Nunavut describes the joy of returning home for the summer…and the difficulty of leaving again

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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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Selling the bikes

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Selling a bike is harder than it sounds…

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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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Waiting for the flowers to bloom

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Erin Sharpe is a Newfoundlander living and working in Japan. In this week’s Stray Puffin, she describes the experience of living through the 2011 earthquake…and the amazing story of what came after.

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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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From an island in the Atlantic to a water show in the desert

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This week’s installment features a young Newfoundlander whose journey took her from her island home to the stage with Cirque du Soleil

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From Bay D’Espoir to Hudson Bay

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Reflections from another long-time Newfoundland resident of Arviat

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A son of Labrador in Kyoto

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A Labradorian looks back on his home with mixed feelings, and reflects on what Japanese and Newfoundlanders/Labradorians can learn from each other

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