Traveling Toastmaster November 2020

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Elaheh Sharafian of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, enjoys a Sunday afternoon in quarantine with her online Toastmaster magazine. Sandra E. Meza of Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, pauses during a run in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, to snap a picture with the digital Toastmaster.  Tek Raj Gyawali of Manassas Park, Virginia, tunes into the 2020 International Convention from his home.Prior to COVID-19 restrictions, Jyothi and Kothandath Mohandas, DTM, of Palakkad, Kerala, India, visit the Malampuzha Dam—the largest dam and reservoir in Kerala.Andrew Osorno of Rockville, Maryland, stands outside the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.Ava VanHeyningen of Fayetteville, Georgia, snaps a selfie with her Toastmaster at Lindbergh Bay Beach in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Just before travel restrictions were put in place, Bruce Hooker of Hickory, North Carolina, was able to visit Egypt and see the Karnak Temple Complex in Luxor. Earlier this year, Dina Futre-Davis of Penfield, New York, visited the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. Krisztina Peterfay of Budapest, Hungary, stands near the Canal D’Amour of Sidari, Corfu, Greece. According to a legend, couples who swim through the cave together will always be partners. Soni Budhia of Muscat, Oman, enjoys reading her Toastmaster while staying at home during COVID-19 restrictions.