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Origin: Canada
Residence: U. S. A.
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We are both very fond of other cultures. We like the people, the food and their customs. The more remote the better.

Here are the different Journals...
My trip to Cambodia
15 Dec 1996  thru  20 Feb 1997
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
28 Jun 2004
Being the world weary traveler that I am, I needed something out of the ordinary to peak these jaded senses. Cambodia did not fail me. It is a city, perhaps like Durell's "Alexandria", perhaps like New Orleans, perhaps like Beirut (in its darkest
Green River Float Trip
1 Oct 1998  thru  14 Oct 1998
Average Rating of 2 Viewers
Last Updated
3 Jul 2015
The Green River has its headwaters high along the western flank of the Wind River Range in western Wyoming. It flows south, through Flaming Gorge, into Utah. 40 miles later it enters the NW corner of Colorado. Here it passes into the Dinosaur National
Alvord Desert
28 May 1999  thru  30 May 1999
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
27 Aug 1999
The Alvord Desert lies in the SW corner of Oregon. This Alvord Salt Lake is only a few muddy feet deep. There are hot springs seeps and some bath houses in the marshes pictured above. The lake is surrounded by a larger dry lake bed that
Editor's Choice Canyonlands National Park
7 Jun 1999  thru  11 Jun 1999
Average Rating of 3 Viewers
Last Updated
27 Aug 1999
We're heading off for a 5 day trip into the backcountry. I, Wylie, will be travelling with my two nephews, Brad (age 13) and David (age 10). We will be travelling around the Island in the Sky district on the White Rim Road. The Island in the Sky is
La Belle Province
30 Jun 1999  thru  7 Jul 1999
Average Rating of 5 Viewers
Last Updated
28 Feb 2000
Mon drapeau et celui de plus de 7 millions d`autres venus de partout mais surtout de la France. Nous sommes partis visiter la Gaspésie, Montréal, la famille et les amis(e). My flag and the one of more than 7 millions people who came here from all
Paris
11 Jul 1999  thru  17 Jul 1999
Average Rating of 6 Viewers
Last Updated
26 Sep 2001
Everything they say about Paris is true. It is a city of such size and grandeur that somewhere at sometime what you’ve heard about is going to happen. I find the French, above all, a civil and cultivated people. To them all I say “merci” for a
Bruxelles celle qui se cache
17 Jul 1999  thru  4 Aug 1999
Average Rating of 5 Viewers
Last Updated
28 Feb 2000
Qui est cette ville qui a fait du Mannequin Piss son pseudo-embleme? Who's that city that has made the Mannequin Piss its embleme.
Amsterdam
22 Jul 1999  thru  25 Jul 1999
Average Rating of 4 Viewers
Last Updated
27 Aug 1999
Amterdam est belle. Elle a son propre style. Elle suit les regles de fermeture des musees comme pas une. C'est sans doute afin de pouvoir se la couler douce dans le red light district au plus vite.
Editor's Choice Serbia
6 Aug 1999  thru  25 Aug 1999
Average Rating of 20 Viewers
Last Updated
9 Jan 2000
Yugoslavia is a land enchanted and entangled: Love and Hate; Tranquile and Anxious. An intelligent, industrious and polite people sometimes swept into passions beyond their control or understanding. The history of the Balkans is like a pungent onion.
Editor's Choice Romania
25 Aug 1999  thru  19 Sep 1999
Average Rating of 21 Viewers
Last Updated
6 Jun 2000
Helene and I spent a month roaming the hills of Romania. First we checked out the medival towns of Transylvania. Then we hiked the back country of Iza Valley, on the northern border by Ukraine.
Bulgaria
20 Sep 1999  thru  9 Oct 1999
Average Rating of 6 Viewers
Last Updated
7 Oct 2001
Bulgaria as a lot to offer any travellers in terms of scenery. From its orthodox beaches of the Black Sea to its high mountains of the muslim Rodopi villages. Bulgaria seemed richer than Romania even though its economy is still struggling and doesn't
Turquie/Turkey
8 Oct 1999  thru  25 Oct 1999
Average Rating of 12 Viewers
Last Updated
18 Dec 1999
Turquie est un pays qui fascine. De ses ruines les plus connues(Troie, Ephese) jusqu'a ses incroyables plages au milieu de villages musulsmans. La Turquie est un pays qui a su maintenir son independance malgre de fortes pressions faites par les
Editor's Choice Cape Town
26 Oct 1999  thru  29 Feb 2000
Average Rating of 9 Viewers
Last Updated
6 Feb 2001
Cape Town is a fantastic place. Located at the southern tip of Africa, it has long been a melting pot of African, Western and Eastern peoples. Today most religions and cultures are represented here. People of all races walk the streets and there is an
Editor's Choice Parliament of the World's Religions
1 Dec 1999  thru  8 Dec 1999
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
11 Oct 2004
The 1999 Parliament was one of the greatest gatherings of the world’s religious and spiritual traditions in history. Hundreds of leaders from around the world convened to explore the convictions, values, and concerns that they shared while still
South Africa
1 Mar 2000  thru  4 May 2000
Average Rating of 2 Viewers
Last Updated
28 Oct 2001
South Africa has captured our imaginations and curiosity. Its rich culture, people and geography has nothing to envy any country. Nous voila enfin de retour avec GypsyJournal avec plus de photos and histoires a raconter. L'Afrique du Sud nous a
The Baz Bus
1 Mar 2000  thru  20 Apr 2000
Average Rating of 1 Viewers
Last Updated
11 Oct 2004
The Baz Bus is a great way to get around Southern Africa. It has a "Hop On, Hop Off" policy that really works for those not on a fixed time schedule. Basically you buy one ticket that will cover the area you are interested in and get on or off the
Hogsback / Away with the Fairies
15 Mar 2000  thru  19 Mar 2000
Average Rating of 0 Viewers
Last Updated
11 Oct 2004
Hogsback is a village, a mountain and a misty paradise of exotic trees, birds, monkeys and countless waterfalls. J. R. R. Tolkein spent part of his childhood here and folks say the often misty mountain trails provided inspiration for the Hobbit and Lord
Coffee Bay / Coffee Shack
1 Apr 2000  thru  10 Apr 2000
Average Rating of 19 Viewers
Last Updated
11 Oct 2004
Coffee Bay lies along the Wild Coast. An area named not only for its incredible scenery where nature prevails, but also for its way of life. This area is the former Transkei Homeland, which was an independent territory during the years of Apartheid.
Editor's Choice Lesotho - the Mountain Kingdom
27 Mar 2000  thru  3 Apr 2000
Average Rating of 2 Viewers
Last Updated
8 May 2000
Known as the "Mountain Kingdom", Lesotho is a small country entirely surrounded by South Africa. It sits on a high plateau, with a dramatic escaprment forming its northeast border. This escaprment forms the Drakensberg (Dragon Mountains). From over
Zimbabwe
20 Apr 2000  thru  1 May 2000
Average Rating of 1 Viewers
Last Updated
2 May 2000
Un pays en presque guerre civile, une population qui s'appauvrit continuellement, un passe entache de colonialisme et un futur plutot obscure. Les vendeurs de souvenirs preferent echanger leurs produits contre des denrees plus rares comme du papier, des
Egypte
5 May 2000  thru  31 May 2000
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
18 Jul 2000
Je ne voulais pas sortir de l'Afrique. Meme l'Egypte ne me disait rien. Jusqu'a ce que j'y mette les pieds... I couldn't resign myself to leave Africa. Even Egypt seemed bleak in comparison. That was only until I set foot on its soil...
Moscow and St. Petersburg
1 Jun 2000  thru  13 Jun 2000
Average Rating of 3 Viewers
Last Updated
4 Aug 2000
Our visit to Moscow and St. Petersburg was interesting, provocative and pleasurable. The tumultuous spring weather brought out many moods in these complex cities. The weather also seemed to reflect Russia’s fitful transition to a market economy, or
Uzbekistan
14 Jun 2000  thru  26 Jun 2000
Average Rating of 11 Viewers
Last Updated
18 Jul 2000
Uzbekistan is home to many of the cities associated with the Silk Road, Bukara and Samarkand amongst them. The country is mostly desert. To the west is more desert in Turkmenistan. To the north is more desert in Kazakhstan. To the east and south are
Editor's Choice Kyrgyzstan
26 Jun 2000  thru  21 Aug 2000
Average Rating of 29 Viewers
Last Updated
24 Aug 2000
If you like generous people, fresh food and water, beautiful mountains, rural life and adventure, Krygyzstan is the place for you. The average height of this country is over 2500 meters and it breeds a hearty and fun loving people. South of
Editor's Choice Hitching Across Tibet
21 Aug 2000  thru  14 Oct 2000
Average Rating of 42 Viewers
Last Updated
17 Dec 2001
We hitched 3000 kilometers from Kashgar to Lhasa across western Tibet. One the way we crossed plateaus that exceeded 5000 meters and made a circumambulation, or Kora, around Mount Kailash. Before we left Kashgar we meet Janne and Hugo, intrepid
Trekking in Nepal
14 Oct 2000  thru  20 Nov 2000
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
22 Dec 2000
We're not in Kansas anymore. Things are heating up, getting emotional and deities are crawling out of the woodwork. We're heading into the sub-continent. First stop Nepal.
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Il fait plus chaud, les odeurs montent de
Editor's Choice Kumbh Mela
21 Jan 2001  thru  30 Jan 2001
Average Rating of 16 Viewers
Last Updated
4 Nov 2016
Billed as the "largest gathering of humanity in history" the great Kumbh Mela was many things to many people. Traders came to ply their wares, tourists came to ogle, Gurus came to tend their flocks and pilgrims, millions and millions of pilgrims, came
Editor's Choice Incomparable India
20 Nov 2000  thru  10 May 2001
Average Rating of 33 Viewers
Last Updated
6 Jun 2001
India is an amazing place. Everyone who visits is allured, tested, worn down and finally informed. Some lessons come easier than others. Some people put up less resistance. But in the end, India keeps on doing what it’s always been doing, you are the

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