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.
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 hope that you all enjoyed exploring Small Towns Ontario with me. Are ready to join me while I explore Tourist Towns Ontario? Grab yourself a glass of wine and let’s explore some more!
It is absolutely impossible to visit Ontario without exploring some of its small towns! I agree that there are many tourist towns and areas where you can be one of the crowd, but exploring the small towns of Ontario which are located off the beaten path are much more fun and rewarding.
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!
Everybody loves a freebie, right?! I mean what is there not to love about getting things for free?
If you are lucky enough to be visiting Banff, Alberta, I highly recommend the Rimrock Resort, located in Sulphur Mountains.Read More...
Curacao is a Dutch island which can be found surrounded by the signature turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Curacao is part of the ABC Islands, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, and like most Caribbean islands, it is most notable for its snorkeling and diving.
What can be more fun than an off-road safari adventure in Aruba? I don’t think very much!