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House Sitting - A World of Opportunities, by Vanessa Anderson. She and her partner, Ian Usher, travel the world as digital nomads, working remotely and looking after other people’s properties and pets. Having sold most of their possessions, they prefer the freedom to explore the world, living as locals for extended periods in different countries. [MORE...]
All of the Canary Islands are well known for its year-long summer, beaches and a lot of activities. Each island has its unique attraction just waiting to be explored. Whether you are looking for a mountain to hike or camp in, a volcano to explore, beaches to relax in, and viewpoints to see stars in, Canary Islands have it all for you. For every kind of traveler, the Canaries offer can accommodate. To help you choose your destination, we … Read [MORE...]
Nestled at the eastern edge of St. Margaret’s Bay, 43 kilometres south of Halifax, Nova Scotia, is a village well worth visiting. It is a veritable mecca for photographers and artists alike and the jewel in the crown of Canada’s maritime majesty. Welcome to Peggy’s Cove. [MORE...]
It’s up to you to be an animal-friendly traveller! Top tips from World Animal Protection to keep you safe and protect animals when you travel For more information and tips on how to be an animal-friendly traveller, visit us at worldanimalprotection.ca Seeing animals when you travel can be an amazing experience. Feeling the salt spray in your face as your whale watching boat takes off towards a spout of water on the horizon, or spotting … Read [MORE...]
‘Adventure’ Travel, ‘ Experiential’ Travel, ‘ Exploratory’ …Travel – The tag words are endless, yet the challenge remains the same – Finding truly extraordinary lodging in places less explored. Anyone intrepid traveler knows that to roll up your wanderlust, exercise your inner “Indiana Jones,” and wander the extra mile to travel to a hidden backwater knows this fact. The places that feel beyond far away, regardless of location, are the most Untrodden and unsurprisingly, the … <a [MORE...]