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To Laugh Often and Much

The poem, “To Laugh Often and Much,” was credited to 19th-century American essayist, lecturer, philosopher, poet, and friend of Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, by Albert Edward Wiggam in 1951, but Continue reading

Għar Dalam Cave & Museum Elephantine molars sign
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Destination: Questions

Passenger traffic to and from Malta International Airport (for perspective, keep in mind that this is an archipelago of three islands with one airport, so whomever comes down, for the most part, goes back up) has increased from 4,290,304 in 2014, to 6,808,177 in 2018.

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Stuart Mackay's Dalmatian BFF, Buddy, at Queensland Beach, Nova Scotia
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Queensland Beach, Nova Scotia

Queensland Beach is located on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, about a half an hour’s drive west of Halifax. It’s arguably the most popular of St. Margaret’s Bay’s ten beaches, in large part, because you have to pay to access its nearest neighbour, Hubbards Beach, Continue reading

Bermuda white rooftop courtesy Acroterion at Wikimedia Commons
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Sun Water Reports

Bermuda rooftops are clad with white-painted (traditionally limestone) tiles and meant to be kept immaculately clean because they are the front line in the collection of rainwater.

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