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Time Traveller

  Time. Have you ever noticed that we are slaves to time almost every minute of the day?   Time to get up, time to go to school/work, time to get a job finished on time, time to go for lunch, time to get more work done, time for coffee, time for an appointment, time to go home, time to make supper, time to do dishes, time to get groceries, time to get gas, time to do the things on the list before going to bed, time to go to bed, time to get up… rinse and repeat, and repeat, … More…

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Borneo: Orangutan Break-In, Night Safari and Tea Plantation

  Orangutan Break-In   We were down for breakfast at the Myrne River Resort in Borneo when David told us that there had been an Orangutan Break-in!   Most of the cups and glassware had been removed from the Coffee and Snacks station in the centre of the Restaurant because a wild Orangutan had wandered into the open-sided restaurant and started smashing everything in the Coffee station!   Gulp. I almost choked on my coffee, as I glanced around to see if there were any orangutans lurking nearby. We had heard of lots of different types of break-ins, but never … More…

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Argentina: How To Kayak Without Getting Wet

  Had we gone canoeing here on our own, we would surely have been lost for days.   The Parana Delta in Argentina is a maze of tiny waterways through a wetlands jungle forest. It is one of the largest deltas in the world covering over 8000 square feet. The Parana Delta is only smaller than the Amazon river system.   The Parana Delta is also called the El Tigre Delta because El Tigre is a town between the delta and Buenos Aires. Tigers used to roam the area, hence the name. The dark orange part in the photo below … More…

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