Posted on 04 June 2013.
There’s a reason that the provincial licence plate calls Canada’s westernmost province “beautiful”. Populated with clear blue rivers and lakes, sprawling old growth forests, and some of the most untouched and fertile wilderness, it is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. But it is also a place etched with history and rich with culture, from being home to Vietnam-era draftdodgers and the Back-To-The-Land movement to having one of the largest Asian immigrant populations and being at the forefront of the liberal arts (from poetry to film-making). Read the full story
Posted in Canada, North America, Travel Americas
Posted on 30 January 2013.
If you are passionate about extreme sports, then you certainly know that adrenaline comes with a great deal of risk. Even so, nothing compares to the adrenaline rush you get when doing bungee jumping or paragliding! There are countless opportunities when it comes to sports – however, comparing travel insurance companies in Canada is vital before focusing on extreme sports to try in Canada. Read the full story
Posted in Canada
Posted on 13 November 2012.
One of the most beautiful and welcoming countries in the world, Canada is an attractive destination for travelers of all types. Its stunning landscapes and the genuine openness of its people make the country a captivating and delightful place to visit. However, with so many wonderful sights to see and adventures to experience, knowing where to start can be difficult. Here is a choice selection of magical Canadian destinations to visit during the winter that will surprise and delight first-time visitors, and perhaps prompt returning travelers to try something new. Read the full story
Posted in Canada
Posted on 03 July 2012.
Montreal – bearing the winter’s cold
New month, new set of amazing interviews. Today’s one is a belter. We’ve got none other than Mr Ian Ord
Chris Martin (of Coldplay Where Sidewalks End fame) himself on hand to discuss travelling in his native Canada.
Let’s see what this little Canuck has to say about conquering the northern plains dressed in a Mountie hat and nothing from the waist down. Read the full story
Posted in Canada, North America