Teluk Kumbar Fishing Village

My itchybackside…made it to the southern part of Penang island and started roaming the less known part of this beautiful island. Teluk Kumbar, a small fishing village with lots of little fishing boats and a lively community chilling out and cleaning up their daily catch at the beach. 30 more words


Must Love Boats... (Manarola, Italy)

I confess I have many passions…ranging anywhere from my kids, chocolate, photography, travel, food…

For whatever reason since I was a little kid going to vacation in Corsica with my family I had a big thing for fishing boats. 213 more words


Martha's Vineyard part 3

Today, we’ll continue our stroll around the small fishing village of Menemsha.

This is one way to do your shopping.  This couple took their dinghy to the store, bought something for supper, and and took it back to the boat they live on for the summer.  140 more words

Boats of Wanchese, North Carolina

Fishing is a big deal in Wanchese, North Carolina. It is a center for Commercial Fishing and Sport Fishing. There are a lot of boats, of all shapes, sizes, and colors. 51 more words

Karl Bowden Photography

Mosquée de la Divinité

The Mosquée de la Divinité is arguably the most beautiful  and elaborate building in Ouakam, and for good reason – the people of this village, and perhaps of Senegal in general – are incredibly faithful. 240 more words

Sisters In Senegal 2016

Polperro, Cornwall 

In my last post I said how I was back in Ottawa and things would be slowing down, well that wasn’t exactly the case. Not long after I returned to Ottawa I was granted permanent residency in Canada, which happened a lot quicker than I thought it would, then Antony got offered a job in Toronto and we found ourselves rushing down the Toronto to look for an apartment, luckily after only 3 days of looking we found a place in midtown that we liked, and by the end of July we had left Ottawa and started a new life in Toronto. 129 more words


Good Morning Vietnam. Chào Buổi Sáng

Around the tourist precinct of Hoî An, mornings are peaceful and slow. It’s a great time to go walking to experience a different pace of life. 140 more words