Jaunts: Mexico | People, Places, History, Culture
Doug doesn’t just travel – he lives, inhabits, enlivens the corners of the world you seek.
He flies, walks, drives, rides to destinations you may know, and extends out from there to make new discoveries in texture, celebrate other angles, engage new perspectives in culture, history, architecture, language, vistas, and most importantly, people. Where?
Amsterdam? What about Den Haag, Maastricht, or Leuven?
Zurich? Why not Davos, the Engadine, St. Galen?
Mexico? Go beyond the beaches to Guadalajara, Cuernavaca, Merida?
The Camino de Santiago? Connect to a profound spiritual dimension in European excursions.
Jaunts is further dedicated to celebrating Canada’s earliest [non-indigenous] explorers.
Take a run down the Columbia River, retracing the extravagant wanderings of David Thompson.
Journey across northern British Columbia following the first continent crosser – Sir Alexander MacKenzie.
From his base in western Canada, Doug has seized the day and roved out, sending back postcards composed right there, in the midst. He voyages with his faithful companion, the equally adventurous Elaine, his Camino compadre Bob Carrothers, and/or his fellow history-explorer Wayne Biggs.