Author Archives: Christine Massey

The East Coast of Canada – in 10 days!

Posted on Feb 05, 2018 in Travel

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10 days, 1 country, 6 cities, 3 provinces – and a road trip of a lifetime. Canada – A country that’s been on my to-visit list for a long time, finally the month of November 2017 presented me with an opportunity to visit the ‘Great White North’. Was it worth all the hype? Absolutely! On …

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Life: The Greatest teacher of them all

Posted on Sep 05, 2017 in Travel

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LIFE: THE GREATEST TEACHER OF THEM ALL   On Teacher’s Day, let’s take a moment to look back on all the people, circumstances, situations and events that shaped our lives with the lessons they taught us. It is often said that there is no better teacher than life itself and what better way to say …

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Binging on local food in New York!

Posted on Aug 19, 2017 in Travel

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When you think of food in all it’s glory, one country that comes to mind is the United States of America. Many would wonder though, why USA? Their local food is essentially fast food, which is now available all over the world today. So why the fuss about food in USA? Let’s find out. Historical …

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER: EXPLORE SPACE AND BEYOND

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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At EdTerra, I have had the good fortune of making numerous visits to USA. I have been mentoring the US East Coast Space Adventure journeys for over 5 years now, and each time I find myself back at Kennedy Space Center (the core focus of our US East Coast journeys), I find myself getting goose …

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JAPAN – REINVENTING PERFECTION

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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WABI-SABI (Japanese):  A way of living that focuses on finding beauty within the imperfections of life and accepting peacefully the natural cycle of growth and decay.   Japan has truly outdone its own philosophies and values when it comes to preaching and practicing them. It is as if each and every citizen of the country …

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DIARY OF A SCUBA DIVING STUDENT

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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At EdTerra, we breathe, eat, sleep and practically live ‘travel’! So it really is no surprise that travel is our chosen form of relaxation, even when we are not working! As an avid adventure-seeker, with a love for the waters, it was inevitable that I got myself a PADI scuba diving certification. For the uninitiated, …

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