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October 1, 2015 9:41 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

If you live on a lake, chances are you have a boat. Lake boating is a wonderful way to enjoy family activities and relaxation year-round. Whether you own a popular, old-style runabout or a luxury pontoon, strong, quality boat house lifts are essential to safely get your boat in and out of the lake. Runabouts During the 1950s, fiberglass boats became very popular. The boat of choice became the 15-foot to 18-foot runabout with a modest horsepower engine. Its design featured a seated driving position, a rear bench at the transom, and a front windshield that protected the driver and riders from water and wind. […]

May 12, 2014 2:26 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

I’m heading to South America, Central America and the Caribbean next. I first travelled to South America in 2010 and I visited Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Suriname and a few others. Then I jaunted into the Caribbean and Central America. My memories are sweet and it’s a HOT place to travel in, I’ll share 5 destinations from the region for you today. These are my top 5 travel tips for the Caribbean and Central America, especially for new travellers. 1. Trinidad and Tobago I first visited Port of Spain in 2011 and loved it. A flambouyant mix of Spanish and English influence meets that funky […]

November 30, 2013 9:50 am    |    by Jonny Blair

China is a marvellous country to travel in and it’s great to get off the beaten track so it was time to head to the north of the Guangdong Province on a special trip. There’s a location known as Penis Rock – it’s basically a rock in the shape of a man’s willy that you can hike up past and admire! Yes it really looks like a big dick! []