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Repost of the Day: Pure Color at Butchart Gardens

Buchart Gardens

September 30th, 2020 The Mid-Autumn Festival is tomorrow so after Tuesday’s mooncakes in Southeast Asia, we’re flying the magic carpet back across the Pacific to view the spectacular fall foliage on Vancouver Island. Also, I recently learned a new word: lagniappe. It means extra, perk, tip or bonus. And I have a bonus for you today! After our recent adventures

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Repost of the Day: Among the Lanes of Lukang

August 16th, 2020 We’re starting our time in Taiwan with a walk through a town called Lukang, near Taichung on Taiwan’s west coast. We spent a week in Taiwan in December, 2013. Overall, Taiwan was full of subtlety and quiet discoveries. The cityscapes felt dated (think 1970s) but in a sentimental way that reminded me of a simpler time. The

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Repost of the Day: Treasures of Kyoto

  Post of the Day: Adding a bit of light to the darkness as we get through the pandemic together. This series features travel photos from my archives, shared with you while staying close to home. July 26th, 2020 Today we’re exploring Kyoto, visiting a handful of notable sites around the city. Kyoto is southwest of Tokyo and accessible by

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