Iceland has a fantastic tradition of the 13 Yule Lads which lead up to Christmas Day. The Yule Lad will come down from the mountains to bring children gifts and candy, and sometimes play pranks. Take the quiz on the below link to find out which Yule Lad you are? Read More >
Normally when we travel for work, it can make for some long days in order to see and do as much as possible. However, last month I experience one of the longest, busiest days yet!
It started with a departure from Winnipeg, and connection in Toronto. I departed Toronto at 9pm, which would have been 1am in Iceland. During my international flight, I watched a movie and napped for a few hours. Read More >
If you are a music lover, you should definitely visit Nashville, TN. Especially now with our Winnipeg Jets playing there at least twice per season.
It was my third time visiting a few weeks ago, and cannot wait to go back. Read More >
After visiting Sedona, AZ three times, I now confirm that this is one of my favorite places. With everything from a wide range of accommodation, to amazing restaurants and fun souvenir shopping.
However, my favourite thing to do in Sedona is to hike and enjoy the breathtaking scenery all around. Read More >
When attending travel seminars, there is never enough time to explore the destination in which you are visiting. However, I always try and give myself at least one full day to explore the sites, pick up some souvenirs, and try the local cuisine.
This time it was Halifax, Nova Scotia and one day was definitely not enough. I started my day with a Starbucks coffee, which was hard to find (definitely more pubs in Halifax than coffee shops). Then boarded my half day tour to Peggy’s Cove. Read More >
During my time spent in the travel industry, I have been extremely lucky to have had the opportunity to visit some amazing and very remote destinations. One of the best experiences would be travelling aboard the Akademik Ioffe for 16 days, cruising through the famous Northwest Passage.
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Little did I know, crossing the Drake Passage on the 15th of November 2017, that I was coming upon my 7th Continent.
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En route to Ushuaia and Antarctica, I was lucky enough to spend a full day in Buenos Aires taking in as many sites as possible in 24 hours. Which was definitely, not long enough!
The capital, and most populous city of Argentina, with a population of about 2,891,000 in 2016, was bigger than I thought.
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According to the Travel Industry Dictionary, an expedition cruise is defined as a cruise, typically aboard a smaller vessel, with an emphasis on the natural habitat of exotic destinations and responsible tourism. It also implies a cruise with on board experts in the ecology of the destination and a certain level of rigor, such as in Antarctic cruises. Read More >
Did you know that about 10% of land area on Earth is covered by glacial ice? Antarctica is the world’s largest ice sheet, and is so large that it even covers mountain ranges and a bunch of volcanoes. Yes, volcanoes… underneath the ice. So as the world’s fifth largest continent, and on average, the highest AND coldest out of the seven, Antarctica and its glaciers are a sight to see. Just don’t forget your long underwear! Read More >