Category Archives: observations

in·cre·ments

 The (wo)man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones. – Confucius I don’t want to bore myself or you with another life-changing realization, but… – I finally understand the idea that doing small actions adds up to … Continue reading

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Cuba is…(cont’d)

Cienfuegos is… Magda, Nestor, Nestor Jr., Anna, Asniel (taxi driver), Alexis (horse & carriage driver) along with the waiter (at Te Quedaras) who gave me the blue linen napkins because I said I liked them. Travel opens you up to … Continue reading

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Cuba is…

south of the Tropic of Cancer, hugging the Straits of Florida, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea… an island pulsing with potential. An era of entrepreneurism is in the air – like Airbnb, which connected us with accommodations throughout the … Continue reading

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No Pink Pussy Hats for Me!

It’s been a week since publishing my Women’s March in Vancouver blog, and I’ve realized that I didn’t elaborate on the concept of the ‘pink pussy hats.’ Why pink? The ‘pink’ of the hats bothered me, but I didn’t know … Continue reading

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Fresh, Freezing, Slippery Run

Should I go out or not? It’s 1 degree celsius – snow fell the day before, and partially melted, leaving a mess of slippery-slush this morning – that meant a cautious run. I go for it! The cold jolts me … Continue reading

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Tulum – A View to History

If Chichen Itza has the impressive pyramid and carvings then Tulum has the spectacular view and setting. With a population of about 1,000 in its prime, the inhabitants must have had a comfortable existence: the sea for food (and transportation … Continue reading

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Chichen Itza – Beyond the Ruins

My first reaction at Chichen Itza: “wow, that’s an impressive pyramid!” An open expanse of grass flows out from the central Kulkulcan pyramid (91 steps on each four sides) – where during the spring equinox – the sun hits the … Continue reading

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