Google+ Travel | Travel & Happiness I by Jenn Smith Nelson - Part 13
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Shucking and sucking oysters: Learning the real (raw) deal

Lessons and a photo essay from an Oyster 101 class with Fairmont Waterfront’s Executive Chef, Dana Hauser. Experiencing a first is always exciting and many times I welcome the opportunity to try something new. This is especially true when it Read on! →

Show me your cool winter and I will show you mine CONTEST

If you are a regular subscriber to this blog you know just how much I love winter, ahem, have learned to embrace and love winter. Admittedly, it takes a bit of motivation to get off the couch and brave the cold. But Read on! →

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The best of 2013’s unexpected travel moments

I have shared many highlights from my 2013 travels here on the blog so some of this list may be familiar but I know there are a few for certain that haven’t been shared with you … until now! Travel Read on! →

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Photo Essay: Murchison Falls National Park Safari (part 2)

Welcome back to the safari party! In case you missed the first post on the beginning of my African safari at Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda and stay at Paara Lodge, you can catch up here. Basically I had to Read on! →

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European travel inspires brewer to set up shop in Regina

It never grows old … hearing stories of how travel inspires. Whether it be newfound happiness, fresh perspectives on places or people, new or renewed passions, an influence in artsy or creative pursuits or even a career change; travel often has Read on! →

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Saskatchewan Roughriders Team Party Pass Giveaway!

It’s PARTY time in Regina! The 101st Grey Cup festivities get underway today and over the next few days, Regina will undoubtedly become more and more green! Are you taking part in the festivities? I want to give you a chance to join Read on! →

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Photo Essay: Murchison Falls National Park Safari (part 1)

There are so many things that come to mind when I think back about my time in Uganda such as witnessing whole families on boda bodas, remembering the rich the taste of baby bananas and my failed attempts to avoid the Read on! →

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Wildlife Wednesday – features 5 questions with Gary Arndt

I recently had the great honour to virtually chat with Gary Arndt of Everything Everywhere and he agreed to answer five questions for a very special Wildlife Wednesday post! If you read travel blogs or are part of the travel Read on! →