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Boston and Cape Cod Flying into Logan airport via Montreal was fairly painless. Connecting via Montreal is a nice option as the slightly smaller airport just makes everything a little less daunting than connecting through larger airports like Toronto or Chicago. The airport is very close to the city and an easy taxi or, for the intrepid with not too much luggage, subway ride into town. We didn’t use it...
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More and more airlines are taking away your ability to book seats ahead of time and free of charge. Several years ago British Airways changed their pre seat assignment policy to online only 24 hours prior to departure. A few weeks ago BA amended that policy- they will now allow pre seat assignment but for a fee. This is great news for those of us that are willing to pay...
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Are you crazy? Your guides will have guns won’t they? Don’t you know that hippos kill more humans than any other animal in Africa? And so it went. I knew I would be paddling through hippo and croc infested waters but thought the experience totally outweighed any fears that may have crept in. Until we found an article written by a British travel writer who had done the very trip...
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This weekend I went up to Whistler with my friends Elaine and Damian to partake in this years Cornucopia. We left after work on Friday and drove up in what seemed like no time at all to their condo in Whistler. The highway is now finished and it was great to have no road closers or construction, I was amazed at how they have landscaped along the way making the...
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After four planes and 36 hours of flight I found myself in the middle of the Botswana bush. Throwing my backpack in the land rover, off we went and after barely having time to catch my breath, peel off a few layers of clothes and get my camera out we came face to face with giraffes, zebras, ellies and antelope…WOW. What a start to what was an amazing adventure that...
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