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Single use plastics are filling our landfills and clogging our oceans. Plastic does not biodegrade it just break down into smaller and smaller pieces which are consumed by animals and sea life.
A day tour of the highlights of Lima, Peru, visiting Cathedrals, catacombs and the beach front.
We had low expectations of our visit to the museum at Maryhill, but it was an incredible find!
Steeped in native American history, Wallowa Lake and the adjacent artsy mountain town of Joseph are the gateway to the Wallowa Mountains and the mighty Hells Canyon
Judging by the content of this book, Brian Nelson is a well traveled man and has visited just about every country, even some that a…
Leaving Agra en route to our tiger safari in Ranthambore we stopped at a village to see local life before travelling on to the ancient fort at Fatehpur Sikri .
A journey to the mysterious Inca ruins at Machu Picchu. This was one of the many things on our bucket list and we were not disappointed.
The Pastel Rainbow is a funky trailer located in the very south of Ashland close to the I-5 (but you cannot hear it) in a compound with several other trailers that are also used for accommodation. (room / accommodation / hotel)
We were a little worried with the potential of fog completely engulfing the Taj Mahal. But we got lucky – there was a mist but it added to the mystery of this modern day wonder.
As part of our road trip to Eastern Oregon we stayed in Baker City and dropped in on the close-by Oregon Trail Interpretation Center.
A few days after falling off a boardwalk at Kinabatangan Wetlands Resort and breaking five ribs I was in a lot of pain and feeling sorry for myself. I managed to survive my time in the Hospital Duchess of Kent and was pleased to leave Sandakan for Kota Kinabalu.