Travel sights stumbled upon

Shrouded shrek

Stumbled upon sights that captured my attention in some way

Wine bottle fencing, Chef Michael Stadtlander’s farm, Singhampton, Ontario

Snow covered Muskoka chairs, Scandinave spa, Collingwood, Ontario

Death takes a break, Day of the Dead celebration, Mexico, 2011

fierce Mayan Warrior, Day of the Dead Celebration, Mexico, 2011

Captain Morgan Promoters, St. Maarten Regatta, 2012

bizarrely tiny touring cars, Barcelona, Spain

colorful cafe, Barcelona, Spain

dancing in the street, Barcelona, Spain (just before the Police moved them away)

locals in Grenada with a surplus of Gar fish

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About The blog of travel & lifestyle journalist Melody Wren

Melody is a freelance writer because she believes that work and fun should not be mutually exclusive. She writes about travel, food, lifestyle and green living. Melody loves staying in a place long enough to get acquainted. Local customs, markets and traditional cultures are magnets for this writer. When not writing she’s either on the road, in the air, or savoring something tasty. Most of her travels feature outdoor adventures of some sort, although she typically avoids sleeping on the ground. She is an ordinary person that enjoys challenging and pushing herself, facing fears with an eye on experiential travel. She needs to do it, feel it and see it so she can write about it. Her hope is that her stories encourage readers to get out there and do the same.
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2 Responses to Travel sights stumbled upon

  1. Some awesome pics you’ve “stumbled upon, Melody!”

    The ones of Barcelona bring back many happy memories, and the one of the Day of the Dead in MX … scary!

    Happy travels,
    Doreen.

  2. thank you, Doreen. Barcelona is filled with incredible sights, as you know, and the Day of the Dead was a huge learning experience – not frightening at all.
    Melody

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