J Strout

I have always had a passion for travel and adventure, choosing month-long backpacking trips over shorter, simpler ventures. I have traveled through most European countries, many Eastern European countries and lived in Armenia for two years while in the Peace Corps. I also enjoy travel in the U.S. and frequently hike in the Olympic Mountains in the Pacific Northwest. My partner and I sail and are in the process of planning our permanent retirement sailing around the world.

Recent Posts

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province with perhaps the most delicious tradition.
No trip to Salt Lake City is complete without a visit to the spiritual centre...
Brimming over with lakes, mountains and forests, Scotland is filled with possible adventures and at the...
The Stratford Festival has a simple goal: To set the standard for classical theatre –...
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As if just being in Greece wasn’t romantic enough, watching a sunset from ancient ruins or...
When visiting another country, engaging in some of the more unique local practices is something...
Every city has its own unique ambience, so that just hearing its name can evoke...
With some 27 kilometres of coastline, finding a bit of sand to lay your towel...
Australians are known for incorporating a variety of ethnic flavors into their cuisine, but bush...
Bet you never dreamed urban beaches could be this good
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