Our 14-year Adventure Living in Other People's Homes by Helen Kaulbach
Home Swapping is the story of a Canadian couple’s 14 years of adventure, travelling by staying in other people’s homes all over the world. Helen Kaulbach describes vacations many think they can only dream of, and how she and her husband Doug planned ...
An Avalanche Memoir by Alan Dennis
From bombs to bombillas, Snow Nomad: An Avalanche Memoir, chronicles the fifty seasons author Alan Dennis worked in the avalanche patch, travelling between Canada, New Zealand, Scotland and Argentina. This unconventional journey on an undulating ...
After the Mathis Maxims
A Quarter Century of Love, Life and Travel by Larry L. Mathis
When he retired early at age 54 from his position as president and chief executive officer of Houston Methodist healthcare system, Larry Mathis wrote the book, The Mathis Maxims: Lessons in Leadership. It became a best seller in the healthcare ...
Living The Lingo of Linguine
Italian Words to Live By by Teresa De Luca
Are you looking for a lesson in language and in life? If the answer is yes, look no further. Luckily for us, Italians have gifted the globe with their many contributions in the realms of art, opera, cinema, pizza—the list is endless. Although, one ...
Clinking Outside the Box
The World in a Glass by Harry Drung
“There can be no good living where there is not good drinking.” Benjamin Franklin Proving the wisdom of Franklin’s adage, Harry Drung, a long-time executive in the international wine, beer, and spirits industry, takes the reader with him to many of ...
Whatever Comes, Eat It
Living and working as an expat in Russia, Bangladesh, Thailand, UAE and South Korea by Kathy Binns
In 2004, Canadian Kathy Binns was offered a job teaching middle school in Moscow. Thus began an incredible overseas adventure that lasted seventeen years. With humour, candour, and a keen observational eye, Kathy recounts her memorable experiences ...
by Karin Konoval
In April 2013, Karin Konoval travelled by train to New Orleans for a four-month film shoot. While this story isn’t about the film, the fact that she was portraying an orangutan in it laid the path, in a unique way, for her personal journey beyond ...
Ohio River Road Trip
Tracing the Country's Western Movement by Randall P. Royka
In 2018, author and historian Randall P. Royka set out with his wife to retrace the westward movement of pioneers along the Ohio River after American Independence. Part history, part travelogue, Ohio River Road Trip shares on-the-ground experience ...
After 60 and On the Edge Like Indiana Jones
Amazing Experiences Through Volunteering and Travel by David Thomas Smith
The Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO-SACO) is a volunteer organization that utilizes Canadian business professionals to help developing nations in capacities related to their domestic business expertise. After more than three decades of ...
Out of the Park by Gary Pooler
“The memories within the millions of people who experienced Crystal Beach, even just once, will never be lost.” One of Canada’s greatest entertainment centres existed for one hundred years in an isolated little village in one of the southernmost ...