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Palm Beaches: Arts and Entertainment

Festivals, Films and Famous Names Fill Calendar, January – June 2018 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 16, 2018) — Along with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches and an abundance of sunshine, The Palm Beaches in South Florida are home to a diverse and robust arts and entertainment scene. The Palm Beaches boast more […]

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BARBADOS’ 2018 Annual Event Lineup

Barbados’ 2018 Annual Event Lineup There are many festivals, marathons and events in Barbados that make any time of year worthy of a visit. Visitors will be completely immersed in Bajan culture by checking out some of the events below: Holetown Festival – February 11-18, 2018 Known as one of the Seven Magnificent Festivals of […]

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Sint Maarten after devastating Irma hurricane

Photo reportage Nov 2017 Sint Maarten/ Saint Martin after devastating Irma hurricane.   When looking for the tickets to get to St. Maarten we realised that there was only American that is currently has flights from Miami. On arriving to SXM we noticed that the beautiful airport is closed and all the regular airport services […]

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Perth Walking Food Tour – Delectable Cuisine

“Perth Walking Food Tour” or Delectable Cuisine and 100 year old scandals in one fun tour   It is not the first time we visit Perth and have lunch there, but the first time we had a chance to not just try the best foods in town, but learn some history of the architecture and […]

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Farmstead experience on Blue Hen Farm

After the four and a half hour drive from downtown Toronto we arrived at the Blue Hen Farm.  Right at the turn we saw an old cupboard filled with jars of homemade preserves and a sign “Honk for Service”…  And we saw the farmhouse in the opening between trees. Farmers Jeff and Leslie greeted us […]

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Needle Felting with Peg Learn

Needle Felting  with Peg Learn After spending the day in Almonte, we arrived at the Blue Hen farm for a felting workshop presented by Peg Learn ( Learn Creations). She greeted us with a big smile, hand holding a large red dragon made from felt pieces … Surprisingly felting is much easier than it may […]

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Yamaska National Park day trip

To have a complete travel experience in Montreal area we decided to visit the Yamaska National Park, well known as a wonderful family escape whether you are camping, just came to enjoy the beach, like to hike or bike. That morning weather outlook promised some rain and cloudy, so the beach option was not on […]

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150 YEARS OF JOIE DE VIVRE IN GATINEAU!

MOSAÏCANADA 150 / GATINEAU 2017 From June 30 to October 15, 2017, discover MOSAÏCANADA 150 / Gatineau 2017, a major international horticultural exhibition that combines various art forms with horticulture. The theme of the exhibit will reflect 150 years of history, values, arts and culture in Canada, represented by some 100 different arrangements. The free exhibit will be in the form […]

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What's Up in Ottawa -Spring 2017 News

GARDENS GALORE Not just tulips sprouting in Ottawa OTTAWA THE HEADQUARTERS OF CANADA’S 150TH BIRTHDAY PARTY The year of celebration continues! STEP OUT AND ENJOY OTTAWA’S NIGHTLIFE Fun ways to continue the party EXPLORE THE RIDEAU CANAL THIS SPRING Ontario’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site QUICK BITES OF OTTAWA’S FOOD AND DRINK SCENE Tempt your […]

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16 weird and wonderful things to do in 2016 in WALES!

As Wales celebrates its Year of Adventure in 2016, VisitWales had highlighted 16 unique things to do in the destination – discover your own adventure! Choose from trampolining in a slate mine, experimenting with seaweed, catch some waves inland, find the world’s biggest Elvis festival and try to pronounce Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch…and much much more!

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