Travel + Learning + Art + Preserving

The Lost Compass

Exploration    Conservation    Education

Hello, I'm Deb Lace-Kelly, and thanks for tagging along!

The Lost Compass facilitates customized travel that lets you explore at your own pace, allows you to experience nature

conservation & historic places first hand. 

It includes learning opportunities with experts in wildlife, history, & conservation. 

You'll have room to create & share your art: photography, writing, painting, etc!

In the mean time:

This space focuses on a wide range of topics connected to travel. Connect here with people who love exploring, who love

nature, and art and history too.

Whether your compass clearly shows your true north, or it is a bit water-logged and foggy, 

The Lost Compass will provide you an opportunity to explore on your own, and with us!

This space is also a gallery of my writing & photography. 

I am excited to have earned the (GSTC)

Global Sustainable Tourism Council’s

Professional Certificate in Sustainable Tourism, in November 2020.

I am grateful that you are here and look forward to travelling with you soon!

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About Me & The Lost Compass

My name is Deb. I've been a newsroom editor, a university teacher, a writer and a photographer. Most of all, I'm a very nosy traveller. I like to see behind the scenes, the real people, hidden landscapes, and animals how they naturally are. I've been lucky enough to be able to see many parts of the world, on 5 continents, visit beautiful places in Canada, and travel all around Ontario. But its only a small drop in the bucket. There is so much more to see, learn, and explore.

I love breathtaking experiences, wildlife, historic places, food, writing, art, sports, human rights, nature,  photography, the ocean, languages, and of course wine.

The Lost Compass was created out of a wandering, curious love of all of those things, a deep desire to help, and the thrill of sharing it with others. 


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