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Colonia de Sacramento, Uruguay

We spent New Year’s in this quiet, colonial town.  We stayed at the Hostel Colonia, which was really cool even though Uruguay was in the throes of one of the most intense heat waves in modern South American history, reaching 38 or even 40 degrees.   136 more words

South American Travel

Pedaling Madly

Pedaling madly

Skating on rain-soaked pavement

Cobblestone death trap

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~~ Dominic R. DiFrancesco ~~

Authors Note: This haiku is in honor of today’s stage of the Tour de France, stage 5 in the very rainy north of France.   47 more words

Poetry

BXL IN THE RAIN

Brussels, Belgium. My city. Magical in the rain.

Visit my sister’s blog (even though it’s in Dutch…): https://babetteslife.wordpress.com

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Adventure

Picture of the Day: Narrow Streets.

Once again, walking in the Montreal Old Port (a favorite of mine), you can feel the weight of history while taking a simple stroll. A simple street, between two buildings, made of cobblestone. 51 more words

Photography

Umbrellas and a Rainy Day in Leon Spain

Even the rainy days in Spain are nice, especially for photos.

Nothing better than wet cobblestone streets for reflecting the brightly coloured umbrellas that people sometimes carry. 51 more words

Places

COLOURS OF CAPE TOWN

18 June 2014

My fingers and mind get itchy when I cannot share a story or an experience.
This past weekend I was in Cape Town, asked to do some friend’s wedding. 237 more words

Travels

Pilgrims on the streets of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

We visited Santiago de Compostela again, the last time we visited the city we had finished walking the Camino Francis in the fall of 2012. This time, while we walked a portion of the… 88 more words

Places