Imagine Sir Frances Drake and his cannons bearing down on you, his sights set on the fabulous treasures hidden within the storied walls of Old Cartagena. Old Cartagena is a time capsule. Walk through its massive weathered gates and suddenly you’re a Jesuit missionary, an English pirate, a Spanish nobleman’s wife, a colonial tradesman. A visit …
Head on over to Canada’s kickass travel blog, Toque and Canoe, for our hot-off-the-presses account of our incredible stay in Quebec City for Carnaval. An Enright and Ediger production, with heartfelt thanks to Editor in Chief Kim Gray.
Cruising out of Southampton Sept 15-Oct 13, 2012, first to the Western Med and then to the Azores, Madeira and Canary Islands.
Feathers streamed from the wounded bird…
I recall awakening from a deep sleep one moonless summer night, alone in my tent, to the demonic caterwauling of a barred owl pair somewhere above my head.
How do you band a hummingbird, you ask? Very, very carefully.
When you’re Canadian, few things are as improbable as a hummingbird in January