Where are Kevin and Ruth correct now? Galetta, Ontario, Canada. Just south of Ottawa.
Natasha, this is a tightly-written article with amazing photography. You present your travel advice in a superb reader-friendly style, offering a good balance of pros and cons, and providing frugal options to specific things we here in America take for granted. Thanks so much for sharing these suggestions and your private take on the island of Guam! Aloha!
Before I drove up the Outer Banks, I mapped out some of the lighthouses that I wanted to see. These are all proper on the coast, and you’d have to be totally oblivious to not locate them. They are enormous, and have been painted, photographed, and blogged countless instances. Bodie Island Lighthouse and Cape Hatteras Lighthouse were the two that come to thoughts as becoming worth the trip (if you want to call driving five minutes out of your way an inconvenience).
There are many different kinds of sockets (and plugs to fit them) and also many diverse voltage and frequency variations in between nations and regions. A person who does a lot of international business travel will want either a power adapter and a transformer/voltage converter or an international all-in-a single travel plug adapter that can work with an input voltage range appropriate for the regions to which they travel often.
Dina Goldstein is an Israeli-born photographer with a background in editorial and documentary photography. According to her biography, her photography is intended not to make an aesthetic that echoes current beauty requirements, but to evoke and wrest feelings of shame, anger, shock and empathy from the observer, as to inspire insight into the human situation. She independently produces huge-scale tableaux photographic series that are philosophical, satirical, technical and visually appealing.