Category: People of World

Northern Ontario Adventure Day 1 and 2

dday 1 oct 12 2017 Today get up and head out for a 10 day adventure of Northern Ontario Today will be heading to Sault Ste Marie to do some mt biking on their local trails. as this will be a road trip all the way. So head out and […]

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Cheq 40 2017

Cheq 40 2017

Date is September 15 2017 This year doing a race of the Cheq 40 in Hayward Wisconsin. This is my 4th time doing this event. actually one of my favourite races. The course is so much fun. Having been on a training lay off since June. I had an issue […]

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Mozambique, the Magical Escape

Mozambique, the Magical Escape

It seems that people rarely mention Mozambique as a potential destination in Africa, which makes this country an undiscovered treasure. And I do not know about you, but I am always up for some good old treasure hunting. It may not have a safari as an option, but that is […]

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Day 14, 15 and 16 – Cruise and USA 2014

Day 14, 15 and 16 – Cruise and USA 2014

So get up this morning and have one last day in Panama City Beach. Been a good 6 days here. Thinking to do make this a regular thing every year. So haout for ve a simple breakfast, coffee eggos, banana and cucumber, not bad, so finally get ready and then […]

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Lutsen99er 2014

Lutsen99er 2014

The Lutsen 99er, which debuted four years ago with just 80 riders, was sold out Saturday, with more than 1,300 participants across the 99-, 39- and 19-mile races, all of which commenced at Lutsen Ski Resort. The Lutsen 99er also includes a shorter distance race of 39 miles and riders […]

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San Dionisio: Nicaragua’s Vaccination Initiative

San Dionisio: Nicaragua’s Vaccination Initiative

San Dionisio: Nicaragua’s Vaccination Initiative Another Account from Tina Stelling’s adventures in Central America The hills appear to be buckling against the weight of one another in the retreating sun, cramming onto the horizon in a battle for the on-looker’s admiration. I am standing at the bus stop staring at […]

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Ometepe Island, Nicaragua: The Side You’ve Never Seen

Ometepe Island, Nicaragua: The Side You’ve Never Seen

Ometepe Island, Nicaragua: The Side You’ve Never Seen By the time that you read this I will be a different person. I will have learned to scale a fish, get oranges out of a tree, and make tostones. I will no longer be afraid of swimming in dark water. I […]

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Are The Hip and The Trendy Ruining Hostels for The Average Budget Traveler?

Are The Hip and The Trendy Ruining Hostels for The Average Budget Traveler?

Are The Hip and The Trendy Ruining Hostels for The Average Budget Traveler? The first hostel was founded in 1912 in Altena, Germany by a man named Richard Shirrman. The objective was to provide outdoors enthusiasts with a means for accommodations in exchange for household chores. It wasn’t until 1976 that […]

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