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I am HUMAN Written by Dionne Hutchinson Come, let’s travel in my time machine of words in pursuit of the then and now. * Is it the color of my skin that determines the level of my education? Is it the thickness of my accent that determines my life’s ambition Is it the shape...

We landed on the small island nation of Sri Lanka after 18 hours of travel and somewhere along the transit I contracted a nasty bug that made me intimately familiar with our first home-stay bathroom. After regaining a bit of strength and literally leaning on...

The cape winelands are a hilly region east of Cape Town in South Africa. The views of the mountains are spectacular, the sunrises send streaks of pink and purple across the skies as the clouds roll over the tops of the peaks into the valley.Standing...

Madagascar is one of those places where you become instantly spellbound as soon as you arrive. We didn't post any photos during our time there because we were just IN IT, absorbing the moments and flowing from experience to experience. We were blessed to find...

In this particular spot on the Maasai Mara, you can look in any direction and there is nothing around to obstruct your vision. The horizon meets the ground at a perfect 90 degree angle. Large herds of cattle, goats and sheep graze peacefully as their shadows...

Without a second thought, I turn the knob and clean drinking water flows out and into my glass. I drink it, and sometimes I let the water run down the drain as I am doing so.This in an incredible luxury that I will be much more...

The sun has just dipped into the ocean and the reggae band begun their first jam when we noticed two men with “peace officers” printed on the backs of their shirts, exchange a few quick words before one of them ran off clutching a wooden...

I’d like to think of myself as a cultured person. I have traveled to many countries around the world as a filmmaker, working on projects. When working in poorer situations I always had a hotel with amenities I used as a home base. Something that would...