Spring is in the air and is right around the corner, and it is time to start planning those summertime adventures!
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.
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
Whether visiting Ontario in the Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter, Ontario is a year round playground for young and old alike and you will find many activities and adventures to keep you busy exploring for days. Join me as I explore some of the activities and adventures that Ontario has to offer.
I am sure that anyone who loves to travel has a bucket list of one type or another. That is everyone but me. I just never got around to putting pen to paper to create a written bucket list. I wanted to see it all!
Whenever travelling solo, it is imperative that we do our research to determine the best and safest destinations to visit. We ask ourselves, is it safe for a woman to travel solo to a Developing Country? The short answer is yes, absolutely!
If you are lucky enough to be visiting Banff, Alberta, I highly recommend the Rimrock Resort, located in Sulphur Mountains.Read More...
Will you be visiting Alaska in 2019 either on a cruise or a self-guided adventure? I recently did, and boy it was a difficult task in deciding what to pack. I had no idea what the Alaskan meaning of “cold” was, which left in a dilemma as to what to pack. I googled and googled and googled and all I could find was “layers”. The definition of “layers” wasn’t exactly clear, so I brought a lot of everything with me. Half of which I never wore. It was at that time that I decided that I would be making a fool-proof packing guide for adventures in Alaska, detailing what the adventurous person should be packing. That was six months ago. So better late than never.
The weather in Alaska can be very unpredictable. The best times to visit are the summer months, which are June, July and August. These are also the most expensive months. If you want to go for cheaper, then I recommend going on the fringe months of May and September, which is what I did. I have to warn you though, these months are also the rainy season in Alaska.