An author’s experience at Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and former Nazi German concentration camp.
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Torrey Pines breathes new life into a husband and wife’s travel adventures.
The Half Mile of Baby Blue: Cover Reveal
When forgotten findings inside a suitcase reveal a stampede legacy, a new generation risks history repeating itself…
The River Inn of Harbor Town
Prepare to be wowed at The River Inn of Harbor Town.
Adventures on The Queen Mary
Haunted? Perhaps her past illuminates the corridors of today’s ship.
People are People
How can there ever be peace, if people forget, about people….
Middleton Place remains a favourite gem of all the historic sites.
One Love, One Skin
I wanted to cry the contemplation of that moment, but like the silent bystanders who stood amongst me, my emotions were frozen.
Ottawa: The Capital of Canada
On a day not unlike today––when the sun refuses to shine, the wind blows cold, and the damp seems to seep into your bones––I recall walking along Parliament Hill. The seat of Canada’s House of Democracy, I am proud to stand beside its beauty and architectural strength on this bitterly cold January day. I’m proudContinue reading “Ottawa: The Capital of Canada”
Niagara: White Water Walk
A day in my life––I walked along the Niagara River, enjoying the wild rush of white-capped rapids, as water travelled down stream, rushing through a narrowing in the gorge. Normally, the cacophony would deter me, but the wet noise only enhanced my view of the power of nature and encouraged my feet to walk furtherContinue reading “Niagara: White Water Walk”