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The chilly night air slowly warms as the sun rises. Tat-tat-a-tat. A woodpecker’s hammering shatters the stillness and sleepy heads emerge from the tent’s opening. Yawning and stretching, the campers breathe in the forest’s fresh, pine scent and look...
Flight delays, lost luggage and zillions of nuisances may happen even if you have planned elaborately for a summer vacation. However, there are many solutions at your disposal. Doctor Khoi has many years of professional globe-trotting experience. Here are...
As we come together to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, it is fitting that we take the time to reflect on what does it mean to be Canadian past and present. Not so long ago when we asked people what being...
By: Bao Ngoc Korea is a well-known tourist destination thanks to its beautiful landscape and fascinating culture. Korea is often associated with spicy kimchi, a cuisine staple. Visiting the country in the summer, tourists can expect moderate weather, with some drizzle,...
Photos and text by Maureen Littlejohn Walking the streets of Syracuse’s historic downtown, I felt as if a Model T or two could come barreling around the corner at any time. Landmark Victorian architecture commanded my eyes, while Underground Railroad...
Story: Bao Ngoc In the center of Vietnam is the city of Hue. It's profound, reserved and rustic beauty entices and enthrals visitors. Guests are especially surprised by the city’s Western quarter. This former citadel casts a spell over all...
Photos and text: Maureen Littlejohn On a recent road trip, I had my eyes opened to aspects of Canada’s early history that are often forgotten. This is Canada’s 150th year as a country, but her roots of European settlement go...
By Minh San The first thing customers see when entering a Hang Duong restaurant in Vietnam are photos of strange, humongous fish. These beasties are the size of the “River Monsters” as seen on Animal Planet channel in England. According to...
Philadelphia, founded by William Penn in 1682, is one of the most historic cities in the United States. A hotbed of political activity, Philadelphia is where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were debated and adopted. Tours of...
By: Xuan Le The sand sculpture park at Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan, is known as Forgotten Land and was opened to the public in late January. It’s the first sand park in Vietnam, displays works created by established sand...

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