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Published on Aug 29, 2012
A group of Road Scholars from all over North America, from San Diego to Toronto to Chicago to Philadelphia, lived for a week at Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort, located on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Road Scholar, also called Elder Hostel, organizes trips all over the world for the purpose of lifelong learning and connections between people and different cultures...
On Cape Breton Island, the Road Scholars experienced two cultures, native Mi'kmaq and Gaelic.
With local guides and experts,the Road Scholars hiked, kayaked, saw eagles, tracked moose, ate lobster, heard Celtic music, experienced Gaelic and native Mi'kmaq culture in terms of language, song, crafts, history.
They even engaged in healing arts, including "laughing yoga"--all touched on in this brief video introduction.
Road Scholars engage in live long learning and Cabot Shores is a perfect venue for the joy and challenges of living a series of culture and outdoor adventures...