Two weeks ago, I bought a house. Obviously this is completely unrelated to travel, but this is where it begins.
Clean white sand, turquoise blue water and cocktails on tap — it’s the land of luxury and relaxation.
I have been holding back on writing a travel article on my home sweet home, as I am obviously extremely biased when it comes to the land down under. However, every time I introduce myself to a Canadian, within the first five seconds I receive the response of “Australia eh’? I have always wanted to go to Australia. It’s always been on my bucket list
Every time someone asks me “what are the Greek Islands like?” I begin stuttering, finding it difficult to express in proper English how stunning this whitewashed cliff-side town really is.
When my friend informed me that I was joining a large group of friends on an overnight canoe trip near Red Deer, my head immediately turned as if I was a confused eight-week-old puppy.
There really isn’t a winter around the world that is as magical as a Canadian winter.
Oh Rio, Rio de Janerio. It’s the location with golden, captivating beaches, lush mountains, samba-fueled balmy nights and incredibly entertaining football matches. Rio de Janeiro has got everything to satisfy many types of travellers.
They say home is where the heart is, but I believe it’s so much more than that.
Imagine being stranded in the humid, hot desert and becoming desperate for water or any sign of civilization.
When it comes to diversity, Canada knows how to keep its visitors on their toes.