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Archive | October, 2011

“The Way” is Coming to Canada

We have just heard that The Way will be opening in Canada November 11th for most cities. This is a movie that we are so excited to see, and are hoping that you will check it out too…wherever you are! This is the story of a father and son and their experiences along the Camino [...]

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She Kicked My Ass in Casablanca

  “It’s just a fun run. Let’s just make sure we enjoy it.” “We run for twelve minutes – one minute break. Run for twelve. Walk for one. Takin’ it easy.” These were the lines she fed me in the weeks leading up to the Casablanca Half Marathon which we had been training for since [...]

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Starry Starry Night in the Sahara

I have to admit, I’ve never thought of the desert as being beautiful.When I envision paradise, I think of aqua blue ocean waters with a pristine, white sand beach. Or maybe fresh snow on a cross country ski trail in a BC forest. And then we found the Sahara… Skott and I booked our desert [...]

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Warm Hearts and Roman Columns

Before heading off to Rabat from Meknes to sort out our Mauritanian Visa situation, we wanted to take a quick trip out to Moulay Idriss and Volubilis. Moulay Idriss is a town which is named after one of the most honoured saints in all of Morocco, who also happens to be the creator of the [...]

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Friday is Couscous Day-Cookin’ in Meknes!

  Skott and I took a liking to Meknes as soon as we arrived. It is a lively city, which I was eager for after several days of intense chillin’ in Chefchaouen, but still several notches calmer than it’s crazy next-door neighbour, Fes. We arrived as the sun was setting so it worked out well [...]

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Balancing the Global Budget: Camino de Santiago

Well it took us thirty-five days of walking, and Shawna and I are well aware of the impact the Camino had on our minds and bodies, but the more important question of course… how much did it dig into our budget?! Our hope is to prove that as a couple, we can travel the world [...]

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