This trip to my parents’ homeland of Jamaica was, in my mind, about my parents and my kids. It’s why I remained blissfully unaware of the emotional minefields awaiting me until I stepped on them.Read more
We spoke to Caroline about her experience in Guyana, the lessons she’s learned and the advice she has for others looking to participate in similar trips abroad. She shared these five tipsRead more
If there had been odds placed on where Regina, Saskatchewan- born Dan Kwasnicki would end up at age 28, Laos would’ve been at about a billion:1.
The fact that he’d be there after spending four years in Korea? Even less likely.
And yet, that’s exactly what has happened.
Recently I spoke with three Canadians who with the help of Cuso International and Global Affairs Canada are working to make the world a smaller place. Let me introduce you to them. First: Ava Liu in Peru.Read more
We’re talking about OUR kids and that always makes for cloudier judgment. Our natural instinct to want to protect them and save them from any possible harm is a reality. I get that. So what to do?Read more
Exploring my parent’s homeland has been one of my favourite travel memories. Here are some resources for planning your own trip to the island paradise of Jamaica.Read more