I had every intention of writing an article about a tropical destination somewhere in the world, with the objective to encourage people to visit. A destination that many may desire to travel to, but probably won’t. A destination that looks great on paper but the idea quickly shatters when you Google ticket prices. So instead, as I currently sit her
Adjacent to the Caribbean Sea in the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the north, the U.S. Virgin Islands is the postcard holiday dream that many long for.
If someone were to ask me where in the world I would send a traveller seeking vibrant culture, rich traditional food and scenic diversity, Guatemala would be at the top of the list.
Living in harsh winter conditions for five months of every year, it is understandable to want to escape the cold for a few weeks and get some serious vitamin D.
To be whisked away on a romantic getaway to France is the dream for many. But with the unpredictable currency and fluctuation in flight prices, it’s hard to justify flying across the pond for a weekend getaway.
Too many times we travel to reach a destination, and we forget that the journey itself is often more important.
When I moved from Nanaimo, B.C., back to Central Alberta in 2013, people thought I was nuts, that I had lost the plot.
It’s not quite unanimous, but travel experts around the world agree Canada is a place to be in 2017.
Tell someone you're going to Los Angeles, and it's unlikely the first thing they're going to think is: Wow, what a great place to hike, escape to an island and get in touch with nature.
My new private island in Belize's Caribbean Sea is blessed with 4 hectares of palm-fringed white sand beach.
When French-Canadian explorers headed west across the Prairies in the mid-1700s, they had no idea there was a massive hole in the middle of Alberta.
In my unfinished office at home there’s a box I dig into every couple of weeks. Stacked inside are postcards, neatly packaged in thin paper bags meant for tourists to recycle after they’ve written their greetings of, “We miss you! Look at what we’ve seen!”, and affixed a postage stamp to the corner before sticking them in the mailbox.
Jaw-dropping news from Jen Aniston!
Kirk Douglas apparently has the ability to stop air turbulence.
Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn have extended their Las Vegas residency throughout 2017.
Mariah Carey’s had quite the week in Hawaii.
American Airlines has issued an apology after it kicked off a disabled boy’s family and their service dog because they said there wasn’t enough room on the plane for the pooch.
Canadians love to travel, especially around the holidays, but we hate rush-hour at the airport and we hate paying unexpected fees.
You may not be able to buy Sarah Jessica Parker’s lifestyle from Sex and the City, but now you can buy some of her fabulous clothes.