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Lyndsey Bourgeois


Who is Lyndsey:
Lyndsey was born and raised in a small hamlet in southern Manitoba where she is now raising her own family.  She started working as a Travel Consultant in 2002 after graduating from Success Compu College and later took a few years off to be a full time mom.  She returned to work in 2011 and enjoys making travel dreams a reality.  Whether traveling for leisure or business, Lyndsey finds each request fun.

Lyndsey has been married to her husband Paul since 2003 and they have 2 daughters, Peyton and Kassidy and 1 son, Zander.  They enjoy camping and fishing and Lyndsey loves to play golf, scrapbook and most of all watching her kids play baseball and doing competitive gymnastics.

What are Lyndsey’s Top 5 Travel experiences:

  • Traveling to Churchill to see the polar bears…an amazing and unique experience
  • Taking a Caribbean cruise with my family
  • Snorkelling in booth Aruba and Curacao
  • Visiting NYC and seeing the 911 memorial, riding the subway, seeing the Statue of Liberty and watching the Lion King on Broadway…incredible!!
  • Taking the family to Mexico and snorkelling with sea turtles there

What is Lyndsey’s closing comment:
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” St. Augustine


Friday, March 17, 2017

Where are the best places on earth to see the Northern Lights?

There’s a huge amount of information about Northern Lights viewing available online today.  Several different countries claim to provide the best viewing (and I must admit I’m a bit biased in Canada’s favour), and even after you’ve decided on a country, there’s normally a number of different towns within that country, all vying for your attention and your visit.


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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

2017 Newsletters

January 2017 Issue 1 – Ring in the New Year
February 2017 Issue 2 – Happy 150th Canada – We Love You!
February 2017 Issue 2.5 – International Polar Bear Day
March 2017 Issue 3 – We Love Canada Even More!
April 2017 Issue 4 – April Showers Bring May Flowers and a Bouquet of Travel Ideas!
May 2017 Issue 5 – O Canada, our home and native land






Monday, February 6, 2017

Top 10 Tips for Keeping Valuables Safe When Travelling

When you travel do you take lots of jewellery and other valuables with you?  How do you keep your valuables safe when you’re travelling?  Every hotel tells you to not leave valuables in plain sight in your room and to use the room safe.  But what if the safe isn’t safe?  You can always use the hotel’s safe, which is usually secured inside an office behind the front desk.  Ensure you get a receipt for the items you deposited.  Most hotels are liable for items that go missing from their safe, but not for items in a room safe.


Here are 10 of our top ideas for keeping valuables safe when travelling. Read More >

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