Cartagena

Mud Volcano and More: In and Around Cartagena, Colombia

Philip Davidson | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Alberta
Philip Davidson

Scenery changes, people come and go, things break or wear out, the language switches from time to time... but there has been one constant this trip: my front tire. My Kenda K761, has lasted me through the good times, the bad, and over 42,000 kilometres.

Crossing the Darien Gap on a Crazy Horse

Philip Davidson | Posted 12.31.2013 | Canada Alberta
Philip Davidson

Crossing the Darien gap was a pleasure. Sure getting to this point was a touch stressful at times, but the actual voyage was a delight. Getting the bikes OFF the boat, however, was another story.

Canadian Politicians: Lie First, Apologize Later

Aviva Rubin | Posted 07.02.2012 | Canada Politics
Aviva Rubin

Lies and miscalculations rule the day in Canadian politics and we don't seem too bothered. Who needs data, facts, or expertise to make hundreds of billions worth of decisions? Since lies seem to work, politicians scatter them liberally. Candidates spew promises they have no intention or clue how to keep. We are repeatedly shocked to see them broken.