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Glamping In The Wilderness Of Vancouver Island

Glamping In The Wilderness Of Vancouver Island

| October 14, 2015

We all remember camping when we were kids. Even today, as adults, we still pack the tent, cooler and bottle of wine, for a romantic weekend in the wilderness.

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The Ultimate Short Break – Boatshed Weekender

The Ultimate Short Break – Boatshed Weekender

| October 8, 2015

There are many creative ways to vacation, from glamping it up in luxury tents in the wilderness, to hanging from a tree in a sphere overlooking nature.

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How To Taste Wine Like A Pro

How To Taste Wine Like A Pro

| October 2, 2015

If you’re a wine lover like me you probably do just what I do when seeking out a good wine, you go by personal taste. But there is a more accurate way of recognizing a good drop of wine.

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Alaska Air – Now Boarding

Alaska Air – Now Boarding

| September 2, 2015

The call came over the speaker. “First Class and Premium Plus can start boarding now through Gate E24”.

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Dangling From The Treetops In Style

Dangling From The Treetops In Style

| August 30, 2015

What do you get when you cross a tree house with a yacht? A suspended spherical tree house! OK, I guess I should explain myself. I’m always looking for unusual stories about unusual places to pass along to my readers, and one in particular grabbed my attention.

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WW2 Stories With A BackDrop Of The Spruce Goose

WW2 Stories With A BackDrop Of The Spruce Goose

| June 5, 2015

The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, just 45 minutes southwest of Portland, Oregon, really do stick to their mission statement.

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The Walls Of Old Quebec

The Walls Of Old Quebec

| January 1, 2015

On top of a plunging cliff overlooking St. Lawrence River stands the Fortification of Quebec. This defence system was developed between 1608 and 1872 as Canada’s military strong-hold during the colonial period.

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Ice Hotel – The Romantic Hotel De Glace

Ice Hotel – The Romantic Hotel De Glace

| December 20, 2014

From January to March of each year the Québec’s Ice Hotel called the Hotel De Glace, opens its doors as a cold and cosy vacation spot for the most adventurous winter-lovers.

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Coober Pedy Opal Mines – Underground Living

Coober Pedy Opal Mines – Underground Living

| November 20, 2014

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live underground? Maybe it’s not something that appeals to you. But in an outback town of South Australia, most everyone lives underground.

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