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Embracing Winter in Toronto – A Photo Diary

Embracing Winter in Toronto – A Photo Diary

February 15, 2018

 Winters in Toronto can be a mixed bag. Sometimes it’s mild and surprisingly pleasant, other times it’s brutally cold and gloomy. This year, we’re having one of the coldest winters in recent memory. In fact, we broke a 59-year-old record on January 5th when the temperatures dipped to -23 C. That’s without factoring the wind … Read More

What You Should Know About Winter Yurt Camping in Algonquin Park

What You Should Know About Winter Yurt Camping in Algonquin Park

January 23, 2018

 What better way to embrace the Canadian winter than to try camping at the height of it. Yes, that’s right, my friends and I were brave (or crazy) enough to try winter camping this year. Instead of staying in a lodge or a cabin, I thought staying in a yurt would be more fun and … Read More

Finding Peace in Ubud: A Quick Guide to Bali’s Culture Capital

Finding Peace in Ubud: A Quick Guide to Bali’s Culture Capital

September 24, 2017

 Bali – the island conveys different perceptions to different people. If you’re an Aussie, booze and partying probably come to mind. If you’re from North America, or even Europe, images of an exotic tropical paradise register in your head. If you’ve seen the movie, or read the book “Eat Pray Love”, for you, Bali is … Read More

35 Photos That Will Inspire You To Visit New Zealand’s South Island

35 Photos That Will Inspire You To Visit New Zealand’s South Island

August 30, 2017

 Beautiful. Surreal. Awe-inspiring. Those are just some of the words I’d use to describe New Zealand’s South Island. You’ll find some of country’s best landscapes and sceneries here, from Aoraki/Mt Cook, the country’s highest mountain, to Wanaka’s world famous Roys Peak, to the majestic waterfalls of Milford Sound. Mother Nature certainly overflowed this island with … Read More

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