Literary places– the Chabriéres wolf sanctuary and Gerrald Durrell’s “A Zoo in My Luggage”

British author and nature scientist, Gerald Durrell’s dreamed of zoos be a safe haven and a breeding colonies for endangered species, instead of a Victorian horror shows. The Wolves of Chabriéres live in a sanctuary in west-France, an area where numbers of gray wolfs in nature had became dangerously low…

Street art in Toronto Chinatown.

The street art you meet in Toronto

Great low-budget way to spend a sunny afternoon in Toronto is to go to a murals spotting. Best done from the high of a bike, it’s a treat to your cultural sense and your beach shape. Murals can be found all over the city. Narrow pathways are transformed into a galleries and whole sides of the buildings are a canvas to elaborate scenery.