Luba Lesychyn: Mystery Author Amusing Anecdotes of a Chocolativore. . .
Theft By Chocolate
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When Not Looking for Chocolate...
I'm Writing Things Like...
The Chocolate Capers
I'm Watching Films Like...
Desert Island Movies
I'm Listening to...
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Desert Island Music
I'm Looking for Chocolate...
I'm Traveling to...
Vieques and Utuado, Puerto Rico (2011)
Canadians have not generally traveled to Puerto Rico often (except perhaps as a cruise stop) due to the lack of direct flights. But I had the amazing opportunity to attend a meditation and yoga retreat in central Puerto Rico in a mountain rain forest resort.
I first visited an acquaintance on a small island east of the main island called Vieques. Both spots were absolute treasures.
For more shots of Vieques and the area of Utuado, please visit:
Rome and Matera, Italy (2011)
I traveled to Matera, Italy in the fall of 2011 to attend the annual Women's Fiction Festival to shop my book. There was no direct flight to Matera (Southern Italy) and, therefore, decided to travel there via Rome. It's a tough job, but someone had to do it!
For more shots of the Eternal City and the sublime Matera, please visit:
Collingwood, Canada (2010, 2009, 2008...)
My more local getaway is Collingwood, Ontario, just a few hours north of Toronto. Although I no longer have a place of my own there, thanks to the generosity of friends, I visit it a few times a year. The thing I love the most about the places I stay there is the silence. It is golden and I crave it, a lot.
For a few more shots of the snow-covered terrain, please visit:
Cayo Coco, Cuba (2010)
This was my second visit to Cuba and, on this trip, I was so desperately in need of R+R that I did not even venture beyond the resort. Cayo Coco is a gorgeous, unspoiled island north of the Cuban mainland with beaches that never end.
For more shots of this paradise, please visit:
Budapest, Hungary (2010)
Budapest was my last stop on a much-too-short junket to Europe that started with a friend's wedding in Germany. Budapest was just a short jaunt from Salzburg, which was just a short jaunt from Friedrichschafen - or so it seemed according to the map.
For more shots of this devastatingly beautiful city, please visit:
Salzburg, Austria (2010)
Friedrichschafen, Germany (2010)
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