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GALLERY: Windows on the World

Depending on the country and customs, windows and their dressings can be very unique.

Protected: Town Hall Players

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Bahamas: sun, sea and sand

REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM FOCUS MAGAZINE – November, 2017 Listen to “Bahamas, Sea, Sand and Sun” on Spreaker. I have been fortunate to visit the sunny, warm island of the Bahamas twice, both times during the chilly months of our Canadian winters. My first visit, 30 plus years ago was to the Abacos Islands, which …

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Armenia: a history like no other

REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM FOCUS MAGAZINE – November, 2017 Listen to “Travel, People and Events” on Spreaker. About a week ago I returned from an extremely interesting trip to the Caucasus, where I visited several countries, including Armenia. In the event you are unaware of the area, the Caucasus is a region bordered by Iran …

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GALLERY: Opening Doors

Doors, around the world, vary in size and shape and are a true reflection of the people inside.

GALLERY: Leopards of Africa

I have had the pleasure of visiting Africa numerous times, but no matter how often I go the one animal that always seems to peek my interest is the leopard.

Zimbabwe: how much is too much?

REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM FOCUS MAGAZINE – April, 2010 Listen to “Zimbabwe: how much is too much” on Spreaker. One of Africa’s largest rivers, the Zambezi, separates the two countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe. I had the good fortune of cruising along this great waterway during a recent visit to central Africa. The sun was …

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