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Elle Andra-Warner
Elle Andra-Warner, Travel Writer
Elle Andra-Warner is an author, journalist, columnist and photographer based in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She specializes in writing about travel, outdoor adventure, people, history and culture. Her feature articles appear in publications around the world and her books about Canadian history are best-sellers.  And she teaches writing, most recently as UCLA’s on-line guest lecturer.    
 Wanderlust combined with her passion for travel writing and photography has taken her to many destinations – from the Canadian Arctic and the Caribbean to the medieval streets of Tallinn, Barcelona and York, and kayaking in Cape Breton, British Columbia and Alberta. 
A political studies graduate of Lakehead University,  Elle is a member of Professional Writers of Canada (PWAC), Travel Media of Canada (TMAC) and The Writers Union of Canada (TWUC).  You can find the books she has written on Lake Superior Store
Elle can now be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ElleAndraWarner

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CARIBBEAN PARADISE AFUSION OF AFRICAN AND BRITISH HISTORY

THUNDER BAY, ON - October 20, 2009 - A centuries-old document on exhibit at one of Barbados’s oldest plantation houses, St. Nicholas Abbey, was a stark reminder to me of the reality of slavery. The document was a chattel inventory, listing the plantation’s 184 slaves and carefully written beside each, their value in pounds. Here at the magnificent Abbey – and elsewhere on beautiful Barbados – the sensitive history of slavery is open and up-front. Lake Superior News  read more.....>

 

WORLD’S FIRST ATTEMPT TO SOLO KAYAK AROUND ALL OF THE GREAT LAKES

THUNDER BAY, ON - May 1, 2009 - On Saturday, May 2, photographer, writer and kayaking BryanHanselguide Bryan Hansel from Grand Marais,, Minnesota, will paddle out of the Grand Marais harbour on a 5-month, 3,800-mile solo kayak circumnavigation of all the Great Lakes – the world’s first attempt to do it by kayak. Bryan’s  goals for the trip are to produce a coffee table photography book showing Great Lakes from a kayak, promote paddle sports in Mid-West and resource protection on the Great Lakes. Lake Superior Newsread more...>

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