I love visiting new places, but there’s something to be said for visiting the same place several times. This is why I went to Vancouver in 2011.
The first post in my retrospective on the past decade of travel is about my January 2010 trip to Toronto, and my friend and I were there for one purpose…
The Edmonton Heritage Festival takes place on the August long-weekend, and it celebrates the multiculturalism of the people of Edmonton.
I love to travel and I’ve fallen in love with many places I’ve visited. Here is the story of how I fell in love with Montreal, Quebec.
What did I do in 2018? What am I gonna do in 2019? If you’re interested in any of this stuff then this post if for you.
One of my favourite festivals in Edmonton is Taste of Edmonton where you can try food from various local restaurants and food trucks.
Vancouver, British Columbia is a Canadian city everyone should visit. Here are some reasons why. This is a paid post about what I love in Vancouver.
On July 1, 2017 Canada will be turning 150. To celebrate this I thought I’d share seeing the world’s largest Canada goose (statue) in Wawa, Ontario.
Today’s post is s a little throwback to four years ago when I visited Niagara Falls and walked across The Rainbow Bridge from Canada to the U.S.
This post is about what my friend and I did when we visited Toronto, Canada in the middle of winter. It was written in collaboration with Expedia.