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Krabi, Thailand – 6 Amazing Photographs

[post_thumbnail]Traveling through Thailand’s Krabi Province opened my eyes to some incredible beaches, landscapes and natural wonders. Facing the Andaman Sea, Krabi is home to a budding tourism economy boasting activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing and much more. (more…)

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Gastown in Vancouver, BC

Gastown, Vancouver

[post_thumbnail]Gastown was named after “Gassy” Jack Deighton, a Yorkshire seaman who arrived in 1867 to open the area’s first saloon. The town soon prospered and became the general centre of trade and commerce on the Burrard Inlet in downtown Vancouver, BC. Gastown is coated with ancient cobblestone streets and full of unique old buildings with…

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Trekking Through the Palenque Ruins – Chiapas, Mexico

Palenque - Chiapas, Mexico

[post_thumbnail]It was early in the morning in Palenque town, one of the most popular small towns for backpackers and adventure travelers in the Chiapas province of Mexico. We had our usual breakfast of yogurt with granola along with a cup of instant coffee, discussed the days events that were to unfold and we began our…

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Abandoned Building – Camarinas, Spain

Abandoned Building - Camarinas, Spain

[post_thumbnail]While in Spain I took a day trip to the nearby coastal town of Camarinas. It was a quaint little town and there wasn’t much for a tourist to do for a day. The coastal region has a nickname “The Dead Coast” or “Costa del Muerte”. It definitely reflected this essence… I can only imagine…

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The People of Tonga – South Pacific Islands

Tongan Woman in Market

Tonga, officially the Kingdom of Tonga or in Tongan: Puleʻanga Fakatuʻi ʻo Tonga. Its 176 islands can be found way off the beaten path in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean not far from Fiji (Approximately a 2 Hour Flight). Only 52 of these islands are inhabited and the the population is quite small at…

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