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Toronto Grand Prix TouristToronto Grand Prix Tourist

Photographer explores locations, events and adventures in Toronto, Ontario.

 
A little bird told me - craftA little bird told me - craft

I'll make you a cup of tea and we can talk about craft and parenting a...

 
Kiwi thoughts on life, travel, politics and everything elseKiwi thoughts on life, travel, politics and everything else

Random thoughts by author Heather Hapeta

 
South Shields Daily PicturesSouth Shields Daily Pictures

A photoblog from an enthusiastic amateur in the north-east of England.

 
KylieM DesignsKylieM Designs

Featuring Digital Scrapbooking Freebies and Subscription service!

 
Free As TreesFree As Trees

the life and times of an American raising a son with cerebral palsy in Cair...

 
kiwi-travel-writerkiwi-travel-writer

Travel talk from around the world and especially my home - New Zealand

 


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While in Kinabalu National Park,  (Sabah, Malaysian Borneo) I’m not sure if our guide said “look up there” or I just noticed and photographed the pretty canopy outline then later heard about ‘canopy shyness’. I just know the narrow yet cle...

10.11.2017 – For those who haven’t travelled to South Australia in the heart of it is Adelaide a city of diverse culture and known as a festival state. Every month there’s unique happenings and this is all year round, but if you’re more of...

Yesterday my Monday morning walking group joined a public tour of New Zealand’s Government House.  (Check their website to book a tour ) This was my first visit there as when public events have been on I have missed out because of number rest...

Wouldn't it be great if you could browse, search, and insert photos from your Google account right to your blog posts and pages? Now you can.

When in Malaysia (Kuching, Sarawak) I have planted trees as part of their ‘greening the festival’ programme: and helping cut my carbon footprint too. This tree-planting ceremony – at all local festivals -“helps make Kuching a livable city...

Happy 124th anniversary to New Zealand! It’s 124 years since our wonderful New Zealand suffragists, won us the ability to vote in our general Parliamentary elections. Some, (usually landowners) but certainly not all, women had been able to vote in...

My Monday morning walk produced lots of great sights … we went up the cable car to the botanic gardens, had coffee and walked back into the city. Back in the city there were events in Civic Square to celebrate Māori Language week – Te Wi...