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  • Living The Lingo of Linguine

    Italian Words to Live By by

    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 ...


  • Milk with Wine

    A Child's Year in Paris, 1963 by

    In 1963, eight-year-old Meg is swept off to Paris for a year with her family. A precocious child raised in an English enclave of Montreal, she speaks no French at all. Her parents enrol her at a strict Parisian school, where she is treated like the ...


  • To Each Their Own Camino

    One Woman's Walk Along Spain's Camino de Santiago by

    There I was, an average middle-aged woman living and working on Canada’s west coast. How, then, did I come to be walking this ancient path, family and friends left behind, and everything I owned in a pack on my back? Exchanging my office pumps for ...


  • Travels in Languedoc

    Secrets to a Memorable Visit by

    The Languedoc region of France features so many towns, festivals, restaurants, wineries, and cultural attractions that you could spend years getting to know the area. What’s a visitor to do when you have only so many days to explore the Languedoc? ...


  • SH?#! Happens

    Traveling With John and Leslie by

    Both John and Leslie enjoy traveling. While raising their family, Hawaii was a popular getaway destination. They have traveled to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, all across the Untied States and Europe. For the past few trips, it seems like Sh?#! ...


  • Green Mackinaw

    In Europe 1954-55 by

    A curious and earnestly spiritual Mennonite student at the university of British Columbia leaves for an exchange year in Europe in 1954. Decades later a crusty octogenarian looks back on his idealistic youth through that one year of study and ...


  • Britain Unravelled

    A North American Guide to the UK by

    What exactly is spotted dick or bangers and mash? What times are pubs open? How can you get from the airport to London city centre? How do you use the Tube in London? What about driving? Everyday language and daily routines that you are familiar ...


  • A Garrulous Tramp

    Harri's on Tour by

    After a career in Canadian banking Carl decided to retire early from gainful employment. He wanted to travel down the roads he had day-dreamed of during his working years. So off he went to achieve fulfilment of those travelling desires. A ...


  • Search for the Holy Grail

    A Journey through France, Germany and Serbia by

    Dear Reader, It has been fun, catharctic, heart wrenching, inspiring and powerful to write this travel novel after a month long trip to France, Germany and Serbia. Initially, it started out by writing down my research about Mary Magdalene, the ...


  • The Traveler's Guide to Greek Archaeology

    Getting the Most from your Mediterranean Trip by

    Here is an indispensable guide for anyone embarking on cruise or trip around the countries that border the Mediterranean Sea. Read about the art and architecture of the ancient Greeks, whose world once extended from the shores of Asia Minor and the ...