By Michele Sponagle Hamilton, Ontario is one of those truly fascinating cities with an abundance of great things to see, do and eat. Even better is how much these vary from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. There’s no one size fits all … Continue reading Neighborhoods to watch in The Hammer
By Arthur Hardy In New Orleans, the city famous for its French Quarter and Bourbon Street, for Creole cuisine and for cool Dixieland jazz, one event surpasses them all – Mardi Gras! It’s a season of revelry and romance, of … Continue reading Mardi Gras – Revelry and Romance
By Dorothy Dobbie Prospects have never looked brighter for Churchill as a world-class tourist destination, thanks in part to a local investor and tour operator, Wally Daudrich. Wally Daudrich and his family, who own and operate Churchill’s Lazy Bear Lodge, … Continue reading Plans in the works for another exciting Churchill project
By Weizhen Zhong Weizhen’s short ribs Ingredients 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil ½ cup thinly sliced ginger 2.5 kg beef short ribs 2 onions, chopped Salt and pepper 3 carrots, cut into chunks 2 cups light soy sauce 2 … Continue reading Slow cooked to perfection! Weizhen’s short ribs take some beating.
Going to China is like stepping into a dream. In a world where everything is so same-same, China serves up surprise after surprise on a platter of gorgeous colour and exotic images. Even in the now-ultra-modern cities of Beijing and … Continue reading Dreaming in China
Part 1 of 2. Almost any trip to Greece will begin and end in its capital Athens, a memorable city where history and Greek mythology come to life. Today, it is a captivating city filled with an intriguing historical centre … Continue reading Two memorable Grecian getaways
By Tania Moffat Mysteries and myths prevail around one of the world’s most isolated islands. It is a place of many names. Natives once referred to it as Ti Pito O Te Henua (the navel of the world) and Mata … Continue reading Explore the myths and legends that surround the isolated island of Rapa Nui
By Dorothy Dobbie The airport waiting room is packed with excited people all going to Churchill, Man., the only deep-sea port on the prairies. I meet someone who has just arrived from a France that was still in shock from … Continue reading Journey to Churchill – Answering the call of the North