When you think of Cuba you may not think of golf, but George Burden discovers that golfing in the seaside paradise of Varadero is one of the island’s best kept secrets.
Taking a cruise is like going to a fancy buffet. You get to taste a little bit of everything, then you can come back later for more of the things you like the most. Consummate traveller George Burden shares his Caribbean adventure.
How could anyone not love the city for which Winnie the Pooh was named? George Burden does Winnipeg, the big city of the Canadian prairies.
Two men. An overturned canoe. Frigid water. George Burden shares a story of drama and human endurance taxed to the limit.
A doctor philosophizes a little on his way to a house call to Mrs. Cambden’s trailer which he’s been visiting for almost 19 years, ever since he was a fledgling doc, just starting practice in rural Nova Scotia.
Is the Holy Grail in Nova Scotia? Possibly. Was there a pre-Columbian Templar/Masonic presence in Nova Scotia? Probably. Was something extremely valuable hidden in Nova Scotia? Almost certainly.
Many people won’t admit to Googling their own names, but our writer George Burden not only admits to the somewhat narcissistic practice, he also says it can be fun to discover all the people who aren’t you but who share your name. So have you self-Googled lately?
The biblical prophet Elisha may have known about a natural cure for psoriasis when he sent people plagued with skin disorders to the Dead Sea.
There’s a subtle form of discrimination going on in our society and it appears to be directed at people named, ummm, George. At least according to one George we know.
At resorts like Quebec City’s Le Chateau Bonne Entente, relaxation comes as naturally as breathing. This is the essence of French Canada, where ongoing beauty harmonizes with more than four centuries of regional tradition to bring you a dream getaway in one of Canada’s most charming cities.