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Enchiladas
With the summer heat turning up and outdoor restaurants opening their doors to hungry customers it’s beginning to remind us of those warm evening strolls through the streets of Puerta Vallarta, Mexico. With live mariachi bands playing in the background, the smell of spices filling the air, and the never-ending thought of “where to eat...
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horses
Touring around the great outdoors of British Columbia can be both exhilarating and breathtaking, but we often forget how exhausting it can be to plan and conquer. If you feel like you could use a break from all the tiresome activities but still crave the adventure maybe it is time to consider some of the...
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The process of grilling meat, typically lamb, on a vertical rotisserie stick originated in Bursa, Turkey, dating back to the early 19th century. The method of shaving off meat while it slowly cooked was given the name “Kebab Doner” meaning, kebab, ‘roasted meat’, and doner, ‘to turn’. This cooking technique was later found present in...
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Revelstoke Mountain
As we celebrate Canada’s 153-anniversary we wanted to talk about one of our favourite travel destinations here in B.C. that doesn’t seem to get the recognition it deserves. From moderate to difficult hikes, incredible biking trails, and relaxing in one of the many hot springs this is what makes exploring Revelstoke a must-do for Canadian...
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carry on
Packing your carry on luggage is a task that nobody enjoys doing! We end up leaving it to the last minute and hurriedly throwing in irrelevant items. This blog is here to help you make that process less stressful! We will enable you to make the most of your space and weight when packing. What...
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spaghetti alla Carbonara
Spaghetti alla Carbonara is a traditional Italian recipe that will take your dinner night to the beautiful cobblestone streets of Italy. This traditional dish is from the Lazio region in Italy. However, there are speculations that the dish is a delicacy inherited in the northern part of Italy in Polesine. Nearby countries have also argued...
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Overnight Train Asia
An overnight train ride in Asia is certainly an experience and one that often gives rise to many stories! Here I will highlight what to expect and what to bring with you to help you enjoy your journey. Research is always the best preparation, especially if you are travelling solo or are not a fan...
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Covid-19 Family Masks
It has been interesting to see the various responses from countries around the world regarding their borders and residents to prevent the spread of COVID-19. From stranded cruise ships to cancelled flights, travellers around the world struggled during the start of this pandemic to get home.  However, over the past few weeks we have seen...
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Mountain Gorillas
8 Facts about the Mountain Gorillas of Uganda Gorillas are fascinating because they emulate so many human behaviors. Playful, inquisitive, and docile, these majestic beasts hold a truly special place in the animal kingdom. In 1847, the genus was called “Troglodytes” and was renamed “Gorilla” in 1852. Gorillas are divided into two subspecies: Western lowland...
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Temples of Egypt
4 Must-See Temples of Egypt   When people think about traveling to Egypt, temples and ancient structures tend to pop to mind. Egypt has some of the most recognizable temples in the world, many of which are extraordinarily well-preserved and open to visitors. Any savvy traveler will want to see one or two of them...
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