It's not a proper trek through Canada without our guide to the best sights and activities our northern neighbor has to offer.
A weekend in the Canadian Rockies
After living in Canada for 7 years, I have recently acquired my Canadian Citizenship. To celebrate the occasion, I thought nothing could be more appropriate than booking a last-minute flight and head over to explore the Canadian Rockies.
5 Reasons I'm Making The Move To Canada
In February 2022, I am making my move from the UK to Canada — Victoria, British Columbia, to be specific. I’m not fooled by the idea that the grass is greener over there, that life will be so much better if I move elsewhere, instead, there was an opportunity and I wanted to take it, to make a change in my life and to just do something entirely different for a little while, to have a new adventure and to write a different chapter in my book of life.
The Truth in Ottawa
We departed from Fredericton, New Brunswick tucked neatly into the Freedom Convoy 2022 with a packed vehicle. There was no end to the convoy. After the jam-packed overpass, we settled onto the hard shoulder along with dozens of others waiting for the convoy to depart so we could follow. People followed suit with Canadian flags as far as the eye could see. Honks and waves were constant. This was but a glimpse into the magic unfolding.
Being a True Account of a Return to My Home during the 2022 Winter Holidays
Based on the response to my last piece on a trip to my hometown, a lot of readers were interested in my account of the bus, train and taxi journey, so I have decided to follow it up with material from the other end of things. I spent two very long weeks in my hometown, never venturing downtown – nothing to see except more urban decay, former stores and spots which I used to enjoy now shuttered and abandoned, and the old and continually new problem of homelessness – or even venturing to most of the homes and relatives I had promised myself to patronize. It was not a very festive moment, and I could even feel the lack of zeal in our home. For the first time, my mother decided not to put up the tree or any decorations around the house. We only kept lights on in front to keep up appearances, but it was clear that my stay was just like any other free time in my life when I did not have a holiday to celebrate or work to do. My days were filled with jogging, reading, trips to the mall (surprisingly, a bright spot in all of this and something that might deserve its own piece), too much television surfing, not enough writing, and plans for my return home (I knew things were bad when I decided to pack two days early for the trip back).
Top Things to do in Vancouver
Being a native Vancouverite, I think I am qualified to speak on the topic of travel activities in my city. Do I like Vancouver? It’s complicated. But every year thousands of hopefuls flock here to look at the mountains, look at the water, and look at the trees. They eventually leave when they realize how expensive everything is here and that the scenery doesn’t cover the living costs. It doesn't help that Vancouver is known as the "boring city." Anyway, here are the top things to do in Vancouver.
I had the best day!
I had the best day today! I went for a twelve kilometer hike along the Trepanier Creek Greenway trail in Peachland BC. I started on the Paradise valley side trail head and hiked six kilometers over a mountain trail which takes you into Peachland BC. You come out at the trail beside the elementary school and you can then walk into the little town of Peachland nestled in the heart of the Okanagan. I stopped and had lunch at the subway at the mall beside the school then I turned around and hiked all the way back. I had the whole trail to myself the whole way in and then out, except for a chipmunk, a crow, a woodpecker and a Golden Eagle.
Five Common Misconceptions Americans Have About Canada
Growing up, I always admired the United States. Almost every movie and television show I watched took place in New York City or Chicago or Los Angeles. My childhood coincided with the early 2010s, before the United States became known for its unpleasant political climate, so I hadn’t become yet become jaded about the darker aspects of the country.
A Quaint Mill Town on the Sunshine Coast
Since our friends Paul and Cheryl retired to Powell River a few years ago, we have visited them several times. A lot of people think the Sunshine Coast is just the Sechelt Peninsula, but that’s only about half of it. It actually extends all the way to Lund, about a half hour north of Powell River. When you take the ferry from Earl’s Cove, there’s a big sign greeting you at Saltery Bay that says, “Welcome dude, you’ve like totally made it up to the Top of the Sunshine Coast!” Yeah, the Sunshine Coast is pretty laid back, dude!
The Digital Face Of a Nation: What Canadians Do Online
It’s little surprise that Canada ranks high up on the list of countries with the greatest levels of internet access. Though the country is sparse, most citizens live in densely populated areas with outstanding technological infrastructure. While there are a few outliers, by and large, access to the internet is a choice.
The Ultimate Guide To Visiting Quebec City On A Budget
An Overview As an exquisite destination for a leisure trip, visiting Quebec City on budget might seem difficult, but it is not impossible. Uniropa Travel researches and finds the best travel programs that will fit right into your budget. Although many of the hotels and restaurants in Quebec City are generally 4 stars and above, Uniropa Travel can offer a variety of affordable travel programs to visit this extraordinarily beautiful city, and keep it with your budget. In this article, we will list several tips to enjoy a memorable vacation in Quebec City, and cost effectively too!
AMAZING TOURIST ATTRACTION IN CANADA | CLICK2BOOK CANADA
Now and again it seems like all of Canada is a wonder. There are such incalculable things to experience in the world's second greatest country.
10 BEST THINGS TO DO IN OTTAWA (ONTARIO, CANADA)
Canada's capital city, Ottawa sits on the south bank of the Ottawa River and is taken apart by the Rideau River and the Rideau Canal.