Vancouver Cruise Ship Season in 2017

According to Port Vancouver, in the past 30 years over 17.5 MILLION passengers have embarked and disembarked at the Canada Place cruise ship terminal. Just last year alone 228 cruise ships and 826820 passengers came through Vancouver, a modest 3% increase from 2015! And while some look to the cherry blossoms as the first sign... Continue Reading →

Secrets of the Northwest Territories

When you think travel, what destination is the top of mind? I'm going to guess, but it probably wasn't the Northwest Territories. In celebration of Canada's 150th and to help reveal more of the Northwest Territories, NWT Tourism is giving away 150 round-trip tickets on Air Canada to Yellowknife (departing from any of Halifax, Ottawa,... Continue Reading →

5 Tips for the Nervous Flyer

I make no secret my fear of heights. Acrophobia is what it's called. The higher I am, the more nervous and anxious I become. And if I can see how high in the sky I am, it gets pretty rough. So as you can imagine, flying from destination to destination is quite the trip for... Continue Reading →

Cab Driver’s Karmic Reward

Did you hear the story of the cab driver who found a lost backpack in the back of his car filled with over $187,000 in cold hard cash? As reported by the Boston Globe, Raymond "Buzzy" MacCausland, a cab driver in Boston, returned the cash to the rightful owner through the police and received a... Continue Reading →

Pacific Coastal Cruise on Royal Caribbean

Having caught the cruise bug, our next sail is a 7 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise on the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas in September. Sailing out of Seattle on September 16, 2016, our boat will take us down to San Francisco (where we get to overnight) with a stop in Astoria and then back... Continue Reading →

Air Canada Embarq

Travel ain't cheap. While I'm fully aware that there are ways to stretch the dollar, one of the key drivers of an expensive vacation is airfare. And in leaving from Canada, it can add up as we've got some solid taxation at work Seeing an opportunity to generate business by providing people a way to... Continue Reading →

So I Started a Travel Blog

Ever since I registered my first domain and started blogging, I've always been unable to conform to the idea that you must find your niche to be successful. ┬áSure I would occasionally stumble on to an idea I thought might work, but all-in-all it never matertialized to much. ┬áSo earlier this year I decided to... Continue Reading →

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