Standing quiet and still in the dark on an isolated muddy track, staring into the
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One minute you’re looking for the next wave, delivered to you by the unending Atlantic,
When a city offers a lot of things to see but they’re spread out a
The pre-winter snow flurries that hit New Zealand in the last few weeks is a
It’s Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial marker of the beginning of summer. For many Americans,
What to do with waste when there is no land on which to dump it?
Despite the fact that blue was the color originally associated with St Patrick, everything turns
View from Mount Faber Park By Brian Spencer You have an important job to do
Traveling in a big city in developing countries often means dealing with nightmare traffic, thick