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April 2014
by Barbara Broadbent Air Canada Rouge now flies non-stop between Montreal and Orlando, twice daily. They also will offer additional non-stop flights from Toronto and Montreal to Athens and Rome.  These will be on their Boeing 767-300ER aircraft and offer 3 customer comfort options… rouge (equivalent of Economy); rouge Plus (equivalent of Premium Economy, with...
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by Wendy Fougner For years I have wanted to travel to Africa and witness mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. This past December on a trip through Southern Africa, Bruce and I embarked on two gorilla trekking tours, one in Uganda, the other in Rwanda. Being just inches away from mountain gorillas was a truly...
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by Barbara Broadbent San Francisco: the steeped streets, vintage trollies, eerie romance of Alcatraz and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge are all part of this unique and alluring city. Head north to the Napa Valley; pick up your bike to discover wine country, fabulous hotels and dreamy cycling routes. Dalmatian Coast: Croatia is basking in...
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by Barbara Broadbent KLM has introduced its new World Business Class. The new cabin interiors and seats of their Boeing 747 fleet were first introduced to Toronto last fall. They expect the complete conversion to be complete by this summer. The Boeing 777-200’s will be the next fleet tofeature this new class. To include the...
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by Lesli Heron Be on guard: always be prepared you never know when you will come across an antelope leaping out of the brush with a lion hot on its heels. Have your camera switched on and ready. Getting technical: a telephoto lens will get you that amazing close up – get the lens in...
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Discover all things Africa in our latest travel newsletter.
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by Lesli Heron Bandana: to keep dust out of mouth/nose/eyes, a wet one keeps the head cool. Sun Hat with a Chin Strap: so it doesn’t fly away. Extra Toothbrush: in case you rinse with tap water. Safari journal/animal spotting guide. Ziploc bags: they’re good for everything! Shower cap to keep camera dust-free. Verbena wet...
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By Lesli Heron Tourists visiting Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda will no longer have to pay for separate visas for all three countries, as the East African single tourist visa came into effect on January 1, 2014. The East African single tourist visa will allow a tourist to enter any of the three countries that issued the visa and move...
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by Brad Hama Once the temperatures around town begin to drop and it feels like there’s more cloud than sunshine, people’s thoughts tend to wander to warmer climes. For North Americans, typical locations tend to be Mexico, Hawaii or the Caribbean. In my quest to become a Certified Sandals Specialist, I had the opportunity to...
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Imagine yourself leisurely touring the most secluded and unspoiled regions of the Canadian Rockies from a luxurious railcar. Everywhere you look, you find untouched, pristine beauty. In spring, train travel in Canada lets you glide within feet of glassy, sapphire-blue lakes that gently wrap the base of majestic mountains. Bursts of evergreen trees dot snow-capped...
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