Looking out over Dawson City Yukon road trip
It was our love for the wild and the Yukon’s untamed beauty that drew us back to the north. At the start of winter in 2016, we spent four days exploring Whitehorse, and only experienced a sample of what this vast territory had to offer. Eager to see more, we...
Bloom Tulip Festival Abbotsford
Spring has arrived in Vancouver! The days are getting longer, the bears are waking up and the city is transforming into a colourful palette of pinks and whites. As the trees start to blossom, an array of flowers begin to show their beautiful colours throughout the city. Not only...
Canoe Yukon adventures
Today, the Yukon only consists of around 35,000 residents, most of whom live in the cities of Whitehorse and Dawson City. With this in mind, the territory is the ultimate destination for adventure seekers in search of places few have ventured to before. In the midst of winter, the Yukon...
Labrador-Torngats Mountains Inukshuk and People
Photo by Barrett & MacKay via Newfoundland & Labrador TourismNow is an excellent time to visit Canada! 2017 marks this diverse country’s 150th birthday, and as part of the celebrations, Parks Canada affords you free admission to all Parks Canada Places. Despite exploring several of its provinces, after...
White pass view - Alaska
Whitehorse is the capital of the Yukon, a province in Canada’s North West. The Yukon is known for its unspoilt nature and the Klondike Gold Rush and the way it conjures up a romantic picture of life in the wild. We visited Whitehorse in October, for my birthday treat and...
Thinhorn Sheep checking out the opposition
For my 30th birthday in October, we decided to fly to the Yukon, in North West Canada. I had always wanted to visit for its spectacular scenery and the Northern Lights. While in Whitehorse, the Yukon capital, we opted to visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, a non-profit organisation which participates...
2 bedroom suite at the Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside Hotel
With Whistler Mountain and the bustling Whistler Village at its doorstep, The Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside Hotel couldn’t be better located. For three years in a row, Whistler Blackcomb received the title of the No. 1 Ski resort in North America, making the town an instant ultimate winter getaway, and...
The Adonia in Amber Cove
It was on an early Sunday morning in June that I found myself in Florida, driving to the port of Miami. Though still tired from the red-eye flight the day before, my excitement pushed away the lingering grogginess, which had been plaguing me since touchdown. At last, the Adonia,...
Road trip through British Columbia with Zipcar
There’s something romantic about road trips, what with hours silently spent enjoying the ever-changing landscape, your significant other beside you. I love taking drives along lonely roads where the possibility of an unknown destination lies around every bend. I’ve taken many road trips in the past, but my time...
Wine tasting in Osoyoos
The landscape changed quite drastically as we left the lush rainforest behind and entered the semi-arid region of the South of Okanagan in British Columbia, Canada. Green fir trees made way for golden, rolling hills and scrubby terrain. Adding a splash of colour to the otherwise dry-looking terrain were...