In 2016, after more than a decade in Korea, Dave Hazzan decided it was time to go home to Canada. But not before he and fellow-expat/now-wife Jo Turner embarked on one last epic adventure. Here's their story and photos.
For centuries Okinawa was the centre of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Now, it’s an oasis in the East China Sea where people live longer than almost anyplace on Earth!
All work, no play once made the Korean capital a sober and somber city. But the dictators are gone, the economy is booming, and the culture and nightlife are exploding.
The ferry from Barcelona to Morocco was late, boring and uncomfortable. Like all great trips, that's exactly what made it worthwhile.
When going from Swiss Calvinism to Parisian grime, you get a crash-course in the little differences between these cultures and their civic pride.
When protesting minority persecution, marching in Ireland changes your outlook on the whole conversation.
From good scotch to Mini Coopers to the Tate Modern, Dave and Jo's three loves converge in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland.
A December of sex machines, broken stick shifts and The Nutcracker keeps Dave and Jo moving quickly from Prague to London.
From drinking at a Finnish hockey game to drinking at a Latvian opera, Dave and Jo learn when rain and booze don't mix—and end up in a Lithuanian hospital.
Like most Canadians, I have only heard of the Arctic and never visited, despite a big chunk of it being in our national territory. I once got as far as Dawson, but that’s still well south of the circle’s curren...