This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Tough Drops TourAnatomy of a travel blogging campaign: A behind-the-scenes look at our trip to the Pacific Northwest and the amazing Gorilla Glass 4 that inspired it.
June 2016: I’m retracing a childhood road trip to Atlantic Canada, to showcase the beauty of natural, wild places, as part of The Ripple Movement.
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Tough Drops TourI learned to walk uphill at Smith Rock and I walked onto an artist’s palette at Painted Hills. The wonders of Oregon were indeed wondrous.
Food, festivals, films: My top recommendations for enjoying a taste of India in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, Canada.
Visas, insurance, food, snow and more: A resource for everything you need to visit Canada from India, including the Super Visa for parents and grandparents.
This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Tough Drops TourOn the 35th anniversary of the Mt St. Helens volcanic eruption, I hiked to right near the top of the rim to test the Galaxy S6 phone with Gorilla Glass 4.
India’s PM Narendra Modi visited Toronto and announced that Canadians are now eligible for e-Tourist Visa to India and 10 year tourist Visa.
Sri Lanka’s ancient name was Serendip, which became the word serendipity. In the land of Serendip I did indeed chance upon some wonderful discoveries.
A weekend at Whistler, Canada’s famous ski and recreation resort, and a visit to a First Nations cultural centre, left me with a new way of seeing this ancient land.
The Fairmont Hotels rise like castles above Canada’s cities & tourist areas. They are the most iconic hotels in Canada and a “must do” experience when visiting this country.
My week in Vancouver included eating the best Indian food outside of India and cavorting with Grizzly bears and birds of prey on Grouse Mountain.
On the famous scenic drive, the Icefields Parkway, the Glacier Skywalk and Heli-Yoga are two amazing ways to get way up high in The Rockies.