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October 2011
Although it is much more traditional to visit Paris in spring, there are a lot of advantages to visiting in November instead. Paris in November is quiet, peaceful and reflective. As the temperature drops and the days grow shorter, the number of tourists drastically decreases. There aren’t as many crowds to fight and you have...
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Train travel is a wonderful way to view the outdoors in a comfortable, luxurious fashion. Rocky Mountaineer offers several tours, but one of their short trips is the Whistler Route. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Sea to Sky region between Vancouver and Whistler. During your three and a half hour train trip you’ll travel...
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Pat and Doug were just in South Africa. If you’ve never been to South Africa, the Lonely Planet describes it as “befitting its position at the southern end of the world’s most epic continent, with more types of terrain than photographers can shake their zoom lens at”. I got a chance to ask Pat about...
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Ah, the Caribbean – fun in the sun on beautiful beaches; palm trees swaying as you dine outside on warm, tropical evenings. What a great place to get away from it all and you’ll find plenty to keep you interested and inspired on these intriguing islands. Whether you’re staying at a boutique hotel, an all...
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For those who live on the pacific side of British Columbia, you know what storm watching is, or have at least heard of it. Extremely popular, storm watching is an outdoor activity (although some places are built for indoor viewing) with wonderful visual rewards. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and experience. I’d...
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Lynn recently came back from a just over two-week trip through Peru from the end of September to early October. Clinging to the Andes, between the parched coastal desert and the lush expanse of the Amazon rainforest, Peru offers such a wide range of experiences that it can be difficult to choose between them. Lynn...
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Khem was just in France for a whole month. He spent five days in Paris, then rented a car and did Normandy, the Loire valley, Burgundy, Nice and the South of France, Chamonix and back to Paris for another four days. I got a chance to catch up with him and ask about his trip....
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Brad was recently at the Sandals resorts in Jamaica. While he visited every resort, he stayed in four: Sandals Negril, Sandals Whitehouse, Sandals Montego Bay and in Ocho Rios, Sandals Grande Riviera. Brad shared a bit about his trip and about becoming a Sandals specialist. Read below for more! Brad flew West Jet on a...
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Excited to learn more about the U.S. Virgin Islands? You know where to stay, now about about what to do and where to eat? Read below for more. What to See and Do “There are fabulous beaches on all the islands the best being Magens Bay on St. Thomas, Trunk Bay (underwater snorkel trail) on...
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The Caribbean has a wealth of superb vacation locations with the U.S. Virgin Islands leading the way in visitor numbers. Our On Location partner, Thomas Hoffman, is on hand with some great information on the islands. Be sure to get in touch with us so we can work with Thomas and his team to create...
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