I’ll come back and add the details later, but for the time being I wanted a place to remind myself of all the great “small world”/”seven degrees of separation” stories and random coincidences I’ve had over the years: Randomly bumped into Jim Bellett outside a hostel in Canmore in the middle of winter, years, Read More

Friends and loved ones, I recently celebrated a personal milestone of sorts that I wanted to share with each of you. A couple of months ago I passed the ten year mark living and working overseas.  It's an achievement I'm proud of, but it does leave me in a somewhat contemplative and reflective mood.  When I, Read More

I’ve always seen the UNESCO World Heritage tag as a good indicator of something worth seeing, like a sort of validation that it’s worth the price of admission.  So here’s the complete list from the UNESCO website sorted by country, taken from their site http://whc.unesco.org/en/list. Afghanistan Minaret and Archaeological Remains of Jam (2002) Cultural Landscape, Read More