'I felt like a child going outside for the first time': A caretaker's epic journey at the age of 53 as he gets his first passport and travels to one of the world's most remote islands - Daily Mail
Adventures can happen at any age, as this moving story goes to show.
MailOnline Travel recently accompanied 53-year-old George Shomo as he got his first passport, took his first flight and embarked on his first boat ride to one of the world's most remote spots, Sable Island off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada.
The caretaker who still lives in the Brooklyn neighbourhood where he was born, was moved to tears as he entered a rural landscape - a world away from the streets of New York he's traversed for more than five decades.
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