Celebrating Cultural Connections :)


One of the best ways to connect to other cultures is by travelling and I’ve been fortunate to visit places such as Malaysia, Rome, South Africa, Barcelona, Paris, Beijing, Haiti and many of my Caribbean neighbours.  These photos are but a few of the many captured over the years and thanks to the WordPress team for helping me to remember them (for this week’s “Connected” challenge).

PS: More photos to follow soon; please standby! 🙂



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Barbadian mother and lover of laughter; story teller and best-selling author; happy to follow God's lead and to live my mantra: "you've gotta be a rainbow in the lives of others when it rains."

6 thoughts on “Celebrating Cultural Connections :)”

  1. Hey there Gale can I impose? I like to think of the people I communicate with regularly as a mutual community. One of those people is having a hard time right now with depression. If you get a minute can you pop over and say a few kind words?

    Her name is Deborah, the link to her last post is here:

    Stuck on what to say?
    ‘Hey Deborah I’m a regular at The Ed’s Journal and I heard you weren’t feeling great, just wanted to drop and line to say hang in there…’ anything like that would be great.

    Thanks in advance if you can and do, not a problem if you can’t and don’t. The Ed.

    Cool pics. It’s always nice to look back on old pastures and adventures via old tucked away photos. You’ve certainly traveled to such diverse places!

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