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Travelling with the Rainbow Wig

Last night, I was in a conversation with two other travelers and one popped the question: What is something that you can’t travel without? One answered her iPad, the other was her cellphone. Me? I can’t travel without my rainbow wig, a symbol of me being different. I sweat glitter, too! I started wearing it […]

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The Best Section of The Great Wall of China

I have yet to meet someone whose bucket list doesn’t include climbing the magnificent Great Wall of China, one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. It was built to ward off enemies. The photos you see of this architectural feat are stunning but when you are in there walking, climbing its brick-layered structure, […]

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Maple Syrup Sugar Bush Tour

At the Maple Syrup Festival yesterday at Elmira, my friends and I joined the Maple Syrup Sugar Bush Tour just outside the township. It cost us $5.50 each which included transportation to and from the sugar bush. The weather was already a bit windy when we decided to go and we were dressed like it’s […]

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The Taste of Maple Syrup Festival in Elmira

Canada is synonymous to maple syrup. No wonder, its flag bears a maple leaf on it. For 49 years, a little town in Waterloo, called Elmira, has been hosting the Maple Syrup Festival which the Guinness Book of Records recognized as the World’s Largest Single Day Maple Syrup Festival! An hour and 20 minutes from […]

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New York City – The View from Liberty Island

Liberty Island, is, of course, the island where the iconic symbol of America, Statue of Liberty, stood mighty and proud. View from the ferry. It was really, really nice blue sky day! It would be awesome if your backyard looks like this. Liberty Island is the best place to see the Manhattan skyline. Too bad, […]

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New York City – Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest museum in the West. It has more than 2 million items! Really, 2 million! You can’t see it in half an hour or so—if you plan to just “drop by the museum.” You have to be there for a day or two, I reckon. For New […]

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The Gay Village and the Greenwich Village in New York City

A walk in New York’s Greenwich Village is a walk that every tourist should do. Its a historical-laden village where famous people used to live / visit / perform: Edgar Allan Poe, s, , Ezra Pound, T.S. Elliot, etc… For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New York cheap flights, click HERE.  SAVE up to 50% […]

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New York City Apartments

If you have seen the , you already know what most New York apartments look like. The unmistakable fire escapes outside the windows are very New York. For New York Hostels, click HERE.  For New York cheap flights, click HERE.  SAVE up to 50% sightseeing CITYPASS. For New York Hotel, click HERE.    Visiting New York? […]

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