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Backpacking in Canada: My Cousin’s Wedding and Touring Winnipeg in 2001

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I’m going to be posting some articles on the website in the next few months, which didn’t make the cut for my book, nor does it merit another e-Book of its own due to the lack of detail. That’s not to …

Top 3 Waterfalls I’ve Seen

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I’ve seen dozens of waterfalls and as I mentioned once before “you rarely get a sh*t waterfall” (there was one on the Great Ocean Road in Australia actually, as it was literally just a drip of water falling…). But I’ve …

Northern Ireland 1-1 Canada – April 1999

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I only started taking a camera to Northern Ireland matches at the end of the 1990s. It’s amazing how the world has changed over the years, in that now almost everyone at the match will have a mobile phone/camera. These …

Milestone Method – Maybe I’m On My Own Still (But At Least I’m Happy)

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It is amazing and incredible how little things influence your day and your life, and how the people you meet have a particular bearing on something that happens to you. On my 2007 World Tour, the first night I turned …

The Under 20s World Cup 2007, Toronto, Canada!

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In the first week of my 2007 World Tour, I was in Toronto, Canada. I had booked to stay there for six days, but was totally unaware at the time that Toronto was hosting the Under 20s World Cup! What …

Toronto Blue Jays v. Cleveland Indians – A Night At The Baseball

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I had visited Toronto in 2001 and even stepped foot inside The Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Team (who won the North American title loads of times in the 1990s), but didn’t on that visit see …

Stepping Stones to Canada: Toronto

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“You might not believe me. But I know I walked; on stepping stones, to Canada.” – Jonny Blair (2001) I first visited Canada in 2001, checking out Toronto, Niagara and Winnipeg. I was there with family, mainly for my cousin …