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48 Hours in Hanoi Vietnam

48 Hours in Hanoi Vietnam

The best way to experience this culturally rich, chaotic corner of South East Asia is to dive straight in. Immerse yourself into the character of Hanoi, dodge the many scooters whizzing down the street, sample some of the amazing street food, and visit its most historic sights. It’s possible to pack in loads in the […]
What to Do in Calgary

What to Do in Calgary

Gateway to the west, Calgary is known for oil, as a launching point for the Rocky Mountains and of course for cowboys. Although it’s not a top destination for most world travelers, many in the west descend on it for the Calgary Stampede in the summer and skiing season in the winter. I recently traveled […]
What to Do in Victoria BC

What to Do in Victoria BC

Situated on the southern point of Vancouver Island, Victoria is the provincial capital of British Columbia and one of the oldest cities in the Pacific northwest. It also boasts the mildest weather in Canada, which is one of the reasons it’s known as Canada’s retirement playground. If you’re traveling to Canada, this ...
7 Days Exploring California Wine Country

7 Days Exploring California Wine Country

A vast area of Northern California is known throughout the world as top dollar wine growing country. Vineyards have been booming here since the early 19th century and such is the attraction to these sprawling fields of viticulture that tourists can, and often do, visit here and spend a week tasting wine, enjoying the art […]
How to Save Money While Traveling

How to Save Money While Traveling

20 August 2014, 5:07 PM
Want to hit the road and see the world but scared to death of the costs?  While most traveling comes with expenses, there are many ways you can save cash when you are traveling to help make your trip go even further without missing out.   As any traveler will know it’s way too easy to […]
Tips for Traveling with a Companion

Tips for Traveling with a Companion

15 June 2014, 6:08 AM
I learned a few things after my first trip with a friend. Growing up you had to travel with your family and didn’t really have a say about it (I’m assuming). Now that you’re a grown up and get to choose who you travel with, be wary about your choice so your trip is a […]