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Travels With Sea Monkey Fetuses: In Search of Canada: Epilogue

I wish I knew what it was to be Canadian. The trip made me think about prairies and deer and rodeos and northern lights and church bells and snow, but I’m not sure I’m more Canadian for going. 202 more words

Nonfiction

Travels With Sea Monkey Fetuses: In Search of Canada - Day Two

Saskatoon became buried in snow overnight. “I heard you were looking for Canada,” the snow seemed to say. “Well, here I am!” Elisia warmed up Eddie Murphy and we borrowed a mason jar from Keighlagh and Ryan for the sea monkeys. 1,326 more words

Nonfiction

To Look, To See

In “The Lady and the Monk,” Pico Iyer, world traveler, stops in Japan for a while. There he falls in love with a woman, not only through talking to her, but through communicating with her between languages. 186 more words

The Power of Memories- Food and Traveling

There is something fabulous and even miraculous about the act of eating. Savoring food is the one thing we do everyday that is direct and unmediated.

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Traveling

Delightful Dalat Central Highlands Vietnam - video (approx 15 mins)

For some amazing views of delightful Dalat, Central Highlands, Vietnam, open the link below and check some of Marilyn & Alf’s best video footage on Youtube: 16 more words

Photography

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Saigon - a glimpse at history - best photos

For a glimpse at Saigon‘s history, open the link below and check some of Marilyn & Alf’s best photos.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/alfandmarilyn/sets/72157638860256436/ 16 more words

Photography

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Farewell to Shanghai

After an unforgettable four days in Shanghai, it was time to move on and take the bullet-train to Hangzou.

We checked out of our hotel and spent the morning in the World-famous Shanghai Museum. 118 more words

Asia

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