Okay, all of you single ladies out there……and not so single ladies. It’s time to take yourself on a date (sorry fellas)!
Does anybody else get as excited about a road trip other than me? It is one of my favourite things to do and boy did I just complete my best one yet!
What better place to spend a weekend than in Banff, Alberta, Canada? Is two days enough time to see the Rocky Mountains? It was literally heaven on earth and two days just wasn’t enough time! So the answer is NO, but since two days was was all that I had, I was determined to experience as much as I could.
There has been a sudden rise in the solo travel industry in recent years, especially among women. Whether you are single or married, I highly recommend taking that solo trip, at least once in your lifetime. Women especially need that time to decompress, refocus, re-energize and just simply let loose. Yes, I can guarantee that you will experience some good, some bad, and some ugly, but don’t let that stop you!
“Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world, taking the midnight train going anywhere” – Journey. Read More
WOMEN SHOULDN’T TRAVEL ALONE!
What? Are you kidding me!? The last time that I checked, we were living in the 21st Century? It appears that despite the progress that women have made over recent years, there are still many men AND women out there who continue to believe that there are way too many dangers for single women to travel alone. Read More
Whenever I travel, I am always on the lookout for a new adventure or activity, and I managed to find one in my own backyard. If you are visiting Ontario, Canada and want to see a rare ecological gem, I recommend visiting Ontario’s only badland, known as the Cheltenham Badlands. Say what you ask! Let me explain, by providing a bit of history on how and what a badland is. Read More
When many people think of Canada and Ontario, the first thought that enters their mind is snow, cold and ice. No we don’t live in igloos! You may be surprised to learn that our summer months get as high as 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), and often even higher.