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Handmade watercolor map of Ecuador, the wonderful country where you can find 4 worlds in one place, Galapagos Islands, Pacific coast, Cordillera de los Andes and Amazon jungle with a lot of natural diversity, ecuadorian roses, amazing amazonian orchids, a huge variety of palm trees and ferns, beautiful animals like Iguanas, Galapagos tortoises, giant shrimps, Guacamayos, Squirrel Monkeys, blue-footed boobies, and also the best bananas and cocoa you can find. Don't forget to try "Bolón" at the coastal region. Ecuador is a landscape full of incredible colors that will captivate you, everywhere you look!
I spent many weeks in southern Indian in my youth. In the near future I'd love to spend a month touring the 'golden triangle' taking in the stunning forts and multicoloured old towns. And as a Buddhist I'd love to visit Nepal and discover the history and heritage. Sampling the foods of each country would also be a big high light for me too.
I'm fortunate enough to live close to London and have always enjoyed its delights, from historical, gastronomical, theatrical and musical. I'm hoping that every month throughout 2017 I will submit a map here on TDAC. It will mostly be of world cities but I may go off at a tangent depending on how I feel !
Rathtrevor Beach on Vancouver Island is a fantastic family-friendly camping spot. There are many local attractions within one hour of nearby Parksville (where you can pick up extra ice for the cooler or groceries, just a five minute drive from the campsite).
Being prepared and having an optimistic attitude are highly recommended for a successful family winter camping experience. This map is inspired by that time I was convinced to spend two night in a quinzee with my boys. You can visit my new blog to see more of the story!
I grew up in New York. The *other* New York - the vast expanse of farmland and wilderness that comprises almost everything outside New York City. The town I grew up in, in Fulton County (just northeast of the counties on the map), was the center of the leather and glove making industry during World War II and into the 1950s and '60s. I always assumed that the Leatherstocking Region took its name from the leather trade. However, instead it comes from James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales, a series of books that includes The Last of the Mohicans.