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L’Hermione: French Frigate Provides Unlikely Inspiration Paperblog Pick in Destinations

L’Hermione: A French Frigate Provides Unlikely Inspiration

L'Hermione is a French Frigate over 200 years old. She is being re-constructed in Rochefort, France and was an unlikely source of inspiration for me. Read more

Iguacu, Brazil Paperblog Pick in Destinations

Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil

We would like to start our tale of exploration and adventure in our final country of this trip; Brazil, with rapturous, vibrant and colourful descriptions of…bitter... Read more

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