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Jamaica: Port Royal, Pirates & Witches

It’s the unknown Jamaica. More than beautiful beaches, the island has an intriguing history that includes Christopher Columbus, swashbuckling pirates, buccaneers and Horatio Nelson. … Continue reading

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Jamaica: Errol & Patrice Flynn – a love story

The late Patrice Wymore Flynn was a great ambassador for Jamaica. She and her husband, Errol Flynn, spent much of their married life together … Continue reading

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Jamaica: All-inclusive Montego Bay

Along with side trips and insight to the Caribbean island of Jamaica, we highlight Montego Bay with questions you should ask yourself when choosing … Continue reading

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Canada: Ottawa – A Capital Story

We take a balloon trip over Ottawa, originally a work camp for lumberjacks before being made Canada’s Capital City and drop by Kingsmere, the … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 17: Aftermath – Fort Frederick

It’s the Aftermath of the War of 1812. Along with the Rideau Canal and Fort Henry, Fort Frederick is built as one of the … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 16: Aftermath — Fort Henry

It’s the Aftermath of the War of 1812. In 1832 the British are still concerned that the Americans might return to attack Upper Canada. … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 15: Aftermath — Building the Rideau Canal

Although the War of 1812 is over there is still concern that the Americans might invade again and the British remain vulnerable to attack … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 10: Relief of Fort Michilimackinac

Following the Battle of Lake Erie when the British fleet was defeated by the Americans, Fort Michilimackinac in the Mackinaw Straits was isolated. The … Continue reading

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