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  1. BUCKET LIST

    13 Apr 2018
    ​The reason why travel is so deeply rooted within me still puzzles me to this day, but I wouldn’t want it any other way. I started creating this list a while ago to set myself some (very ambitious, yet pretty absurd) goals, and sure enough, my list just keeps growing…

  2. VANCOUVER ISLAND: THINGS TO SEE AND DO

    04 Jan 2018
    Vancouver Island, located just off the coast of Canada, is a large piece of land in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. Known for its mild climate, this rich, nurturing landscape has one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, including rainforests, meadows, beaches, marshes, mountains, rivers, lakes, and oceans…

  3. 20+ PHOTOS OF ICELAND THAT WILL INSPIRE YOU

    26 Aug 2017
    Iceland has become a very popular destination in recent years; number one probably being for its divine beauty and landscape diversity, but also because Wow Air, headquartered in Reykjavík, began offering low-cost flights in 2011, making it more affordable for people like us to travel. Today, Wow Air

  4. A 10-DAY DREAMY SEASIDE GETAWAY

    12 Jul 2017
    Undoubtedly one of the most whimsical routes Eric and I have ever navigated, the Gaspé Peninsula is a legendary scenic drive along the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Québec made up of a surreal blue-on-blue palette. Amid an abundance of historic lighthouses, misty cliffs and truculent shorelines…

  5. BRUCE PENINSULA NATIONAL PARK

    23 May 2017
    Canadian National Parks are vast and charming, and as of 2017, there are 39 National Parks and 8 National Park Reserves, covering about 3% of the total land in Canada. I’ve been wanting to explore one in particular this spring, and have been waiting for the snow to disappear to…

  6. PLANNING YOUR NORTH AMERICAN ROAD TRIP

    19 Mar 2017
    Snowy mountains, vast canyons, foggy seashores, green plains, muggy rainforests — we witnessed almost every landscape imaginable. Going through 8 states in the U.S. and 5 provinces in Canada can definitely make one want to see more of the world. While we didn’t know it then, Eric and I embarked…

  7. ICELAND IN NOVEMBER

    18 Nov 2016
    I recently stumbled upon Wow Air — a low-cost airline that operates services to a total of 23 destinations (and counting) in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. — so I filled my boyfriend in on it, we purchased our tickets, and seized the opportunity to explore the awe-inspiring country of …

  8. WALLINGFORD-BACK MINE

    18 Aug 2016
    Wallingford-Back Mine is a semi-natural mine made up mostly of feldspar and quartz located in Québec. Once the largest mine of its kind in North America is now a hollow hill stabilized by rock pillars and surrounded by bright turquoise waters. I’ve second-guessed writing about this abandoned mine many times…

  9. HIKING ACROPOLE DES DRAVEURS TRAIL

    05 Jun 2016
    After a lot of thinking about where to go for the long weekend, my partner and I decided to take a refreshing camping trip to Québec where we wanted to try a hike that would surely test our limits. A 7-hour drive from Ottawa, Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière Malbaie National Park is located…

  10. FROM CAYO COCO TO MORÓN: CULTURE SHOCK

    22 May 2015
    I took a last-minute trip to Cuba in January, booking my flight with WestJet just a day before leaving. My cousin had been planning on visiting someone there and asked me if I wanted to tag along as she knew the shockingly authentic city of Morón and the picture-perfect beaches…

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