Category Archives: Travel

Guantanamera

This picture got me into trouble and almost to Guantanamo bay… On my last day at work in Toronto, I decided to make a photo report of my journey to work. Considering that I take a tram, 2 subways and … Continue reading

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lov’em and leav’em.

My time in Toronto is up… and again I have to say good bye and leave… Once again, I met wonderful people in a great city where I enjoyed myself to the max. But now it is time, my train … Continue reading

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I wish I was…

When I was in the member committee of AIESEC Tunisia, I once designed a leadership session in 2 parts for the Tunisian Leadership development Seminar. The first part was a “personal objectives” session and the second was a leadership session. … Continue reading

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Peace and food

Have you ever wondered where Baklava comes from!? If you want to know, try to throw your question during a dinner bringing together a Tunisian, a Middle Eastern, a Turkish, a Greek and an Armenian… Each of them will keep … Continue reading

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La invitación del sur…

Ya estoy en el momento de decidir que voy a hacer después de Canadá. Mi contrato se acaba este verano y tengo que pasar a otra etapa de mi vida… Y como cada vez que tengo que decidir qué hacer, … Continue reading

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Kensington Market: An ode to diversity…

First impression I have of Toronto, top of mind: the city is amazingly culturally rich. There is a great mix of cultures here, every one is tolerated and people from different background live in harmony. In Toronto you really can … Continue reading

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Going back to the roots…

I always loved camping since I was a child when I used to go with my father and the students from the University he works in. Unfortunately it is not a common activity back home, and I had only a … Continue reading

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