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The perils of luggage separation anxiety­—and learning to let go. 
January 21, 2020

A Bite of Beijing

Four Chinese students share their favourite local snacks—and some history of their city in the process.
When it comes to self-diagnosis, there's a fine line between caution and hypochondria.
During the holy month of Ramadan in Tanzania, food is hard to come by—until night falls.
A Canadian intern in Central Asia sees the guns—and the roses.
Why it's important to take the refresher course before taking the plunge abroad.
... if you weren't really planning on studying.
March 16, 2012

Cruisin’ Route 66

Making my way to Oatman, Arizona via Historical Route '66...
1 month of travelling across Canada with the Greyhound...
February 10, 2012

Road Trip Tunes

The travel soundtrack for every journey. Just press play...
January 25, 2012

Random Acts of Kindness

An inept attempt at building an outhouse in Guyana turns into a labour of love.
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