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Wynn Buffet Brunch vs Spice Market Dinner buffet.

Buffets in Vegas are somewhat legendary. Personally, I think the hype is more North American, because the best breakfast buffet I’ve ever seen was the Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel and the best dinner buffer was definitely at one of the super buffets in Makati, Manila. The Filipinos definitely know how to make a ridiculous, over the top buffet …

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The fountain show at the Bellagio

Bellagio Fountain Show

When in Vegas, I do love the night photography. Three mandatory stops along the way would the following: Fountain Show at the Bellagio Volcano eruption at the Mirage Sirens wailing at Treasure Island Seeing the fountains of the Bellagio is the easiest attraction to see, especially when it’s colder in the Vegas winter. There will be no one jostling you …

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7 reasons I love Niagara Falls in the Winter

Niagara Falls in Winter

Niagara Falls is one of my favorite places in the world to relax. This sounds counter intuitive because it’s so busy, but I love it because of all the “newness” and energy around. As cliche as it is … any of the great 5 waterfalls in the world, will create excitement. There is something about the power of the water …

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Wednesday Photo Nights #23 : East Coastal Drive – Prince Edward Island

One of best things about Prince Edward Island is that you can take off for a super scenic drive at any point, while the weather is warm. Doing the Eastern Bays Discovery Drive (Cardigan to Rollo Bay) as part of the East Coastal drive from Charlottetown to Souris was about 2 hours, when considering the photo stops along the way. The …

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Charlottetown Farmers Market in PEI

In Trinidad, we don’t have “Farmers’ Markets” … because all farmers sell their produce at the local markets. As a teenage, I wandered the Chaguanas Market and saw the friendliness, hustle and bustle. I was always guided by the list my mother gave me and little did I know, I was getting my first “foodie” experience, in being able to …

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Chez Camille vs Seafood Paradise Cap Pele, NB

In case anyone hasn’t noticed on my travel blog, I love seafood … specifically, the fish and chips (also called FnC) variety. Working in Atlantic Canada has allowed me to seriously overindulge in my fried food affair, much to the detriment of my gut. My coworkers in Moncton all told me that I should head over to Cap Pelee for …

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Trini Impressions of the Minnesota State Fair

In Trinidad, we have these old school things called “Bazaars” … growing up in Trinidad in the 90’s, every village or two seemed to have an annual one to raise money for the local community. I liked going to them because I would see all the people from the village, get some good food and maybe some gossip. The American …

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Meet George of Souris

Driving through PEI, we’ve seen a lot of very unique mailboxes along the way, in fact I was thinking about documenting “The Mailbox Trail” of PEI. We’ve seen so many unique mailboxes that I almost became a little “mailboxed out”, in the same way I’ve gotten “Templed out” in Cambodia and Thailand or “Waterfalled Out” in Iceland or “Ruined Out” …

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