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Cameroon and the Bight of Bonny

Cameroon and the Bight of Bonny

Cameroon and the Bight of Bonny has completely captured my imagination now that I’ve been turned-on to it’s beauty and bounty. Most unique of countries that has been called the “Hinge” of West Africa and I’m sure it’s been called allot of things, since it was once a prized colony. Cameroon has the most diverse […]

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French Beach , Vancouver Island, near Sooke, British Columbia

Sooke, British Columbia

French Beach, Vancouver Island, near Sooke, British Columbia The town of Sooke is another place in British Columbia that I have not seen and even though I won’t admit to a bucket list, there are some place I just feel I must go an experience for myself. That being said; Sooke British Columbia is high […]

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Sabarmati Ashram is located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, adjoining the Ashram Road, on the banks of the River Sabarmati

The Statue of Unity

Mahatma Gandhi who lived at Sabarmati. Sabarmati Ashram is located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, adjoining the Ashram Road, on the banks of the River Sabarmati Christ the Redeemer I just learned something very cool, as I was studying the statue called Christ the Redeemer for Peace Revolution. Also, I’ve noticed that Redeemer […]

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Mexican avocado

Mexican Cuisine and the Amazing Avocado

Chapultepec Castle on top of Chapultepec Hill One upon a time I was in Mexico City, in and area of the city called Zona Rosa, where they wash and sweep the sidewalks in the morning and you can find the most charming boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. By asking around and getting good advice, I found […]

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Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos Islands

Once upon a time I was a licensed Real Estate Agent in Toronto, Canada and I met these experts at limited partnership, real estate development. They were a couple and both with allot of experience in major resort development in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The year was 1987 and I was learning from two […]

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Niccolò Machiavelli and Money for Nothing

Money for Nothing

Niccolò Machiavelli Australia (Oz) taught me so much and I was so green in my twenties that looking back, I consider my years from the age of twenty one to twenty five to have been my college education. Also, it was the years leading up to the move to Australia, where I worked in the […]

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Vancouver Sunset 2015

Vancouver VYVE Tribe Party

Oh to be twenty something again…. especially in Vancouver for the summer of 2019, to experience the most amazing phenomenon, a new type of party activity that is totally extraordinary and completely inclusive, alcohol free and totally insane (just the same) but clean safe fun beyond your wildest imagination. I’ve had the most fun summer […]

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Mauritania desert

Mauritania and the former Spanish Sahara

Scene at the beach in Nouakchott, Mauritania Mauritania has a need for modern infrastructure and help is on it’s way as diplomatic relations have been forged by the leadership to present projects to the modernize the country with more water, roads and waste management system that generate electricity from clean-burning plastic garbage. We hope to […]

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Coconut buttons in Dongjiao Town, Hainan, China

Dongjiao Coconut Plantation, Haikou, Hainan, China

Coconut buttons in Dongjiao Town, Hainan, China Once upon a time a Coconut Plantation was a very valuable enterprise the coconuts were harvested for oils, minerals, fibres and milk. During the British colonization period there were coconut plantations in every colony that could support them. I visited several Palm Plantations, including coconut palms, in Queensland, […]

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