Monthly Archives: April 2012

Guyana – Land of Many Waters

Int #15 - Guyana

Despite its bustling capital, colonial architecture, and historic slave plantations, this small English-speaking country on the north coast of South America still has that … Continue reading

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1812: Part 13 – The Final Days of War at Fort Erie

1812 - Fort Erie part 2

For six weeks in the late summer of 1814 Fort Erie has the unenviable distinction of becoming Canada’s bloodiest battlefield.

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1812 – Part 12: The Siege of Fort Erie

1812 - Fort Erie part 1

Re-enactors portray the wives, nurses, surgeons, soldiers, suttlers, natives and officers who participated in the Siege of Fort Erie and tell some of the … Continue reading

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Hong Kong – The Green Scene

Int #14 - Hong Kong Green

In our quest for the hidden and serene side of Hong Kong we hike along magnificent and rugged coastal trails, explore mudflats and marshes, … Continue reading

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EdgeWalk — An extreme experience

CN Tower video Jan & Rick

Without a doubt this feature of Rick Mercer and Jan Arden doing the EdgeWalk together at the CN Tower in Toronto is one of … Continue reading

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EdgeWalk — Toronto’s unique experience

CN Edgewalk Rick Jan

 The EdgeWalk is the latest innovation of the CN Tower, Toronto, Canada.  They don’t take it lightly.  You have to be healthy, are strapped … Continue reading

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