Archive by author: Hilary DuffReturn
Hilary's love of travel started as a child, when she and her family would visit relatives in Ireland every second summer. Today, she's been fortunate to travel across North America, Europe, and Asia. Hilary has a journalism degree from Carleton University, and worked as an award-winning reporter with CBC Radio in Sudbury. In addition to her love of telling stories, Hilary thrives in the outdoors, and can frequently be found cross country skiing in Gatineau, hiking in parks across Ontario, and biking (in both the summer and winter). She loves writing about adventures in her own backyard and beyond.
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Bridging the Gap in China's Playful Yibin

Bridging the Gap in China's Playful Yibin

YIBIN, CHINA - I find myself captivated by this city of 4.5 million people that’s nestled in the heart of southern Sichuan province. Yibin is the first city along the mighty Yangtze River at the confluence of the Min River, which adds its flow to the longest river in Asia.
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Digesting the Pros and Cons of Street Food

Digesting the Pros and Cons of Street Food

BEIJING - I used to eat by the guidebook. Before first travelling to Asia in 2013, I received all the requisite warnings from the local travel clinic — how to avoid malaria, ways to ensure my water was clean for drinking and why I should stay away from street food.
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