This was the first time that I did the A to Z blogging challenge and I am tickled pink that I finished it! Here’s what I thought: A Accountability: I […]
If you have a favourite travel quote or proverb, please share! (Or even better-make up one of your own).
Looking for some Nifty things to do in winter in the Big Apple? Try these on for size: Dance on the Big Piano. Located on the top floor of the […]
Interested to know what the connection is between the Virgin Mary and chia pets? Click on over to my article on Mexconnect to find out.
An Inuksuk (or ᐃᓄᒃᓱᒃ in the Inuktitut script) is a man-made stone landmark made by the piling of a series of large unworked rocks. Pronounced ‘in-ook-shook’ and spelled with the […]
I came across the following email that one of my Korean ESL (English as a second language) students sent me a couple of years ago. I’m no detective but I […]
The scent of orange blossoms permeates the air and traces of flamenco guitar can be heard from all corners of the city. Beautiful women walk past in their ‘faralaes’ (traditional […]
Love him or hate him, Ernesto Guevara de la Serna (Che Guevara) is one of the most popular revolutionary figures of modern times. His image is seen on posters, T-shirts, […]