I couldn’t imagine a hotel made of ice and snow, which is why I went to the Ice Hotel in Quebec, Canada. What I discovered was beyond my imagination.
Canada is the second largest country on earth, by area size. Most of the country looks like a picture postcard with stunning wilderness areas, well-maintained national and provincial parks, charming towns, rugged coastlines, and of course several vibrant cities, including Vancouver, Montreal, and Toronto. It’s my home country and I love travelling in Canada from coast to coast.
Canada may not be famous for vegetarian food, but it is available from coast-to-coast. This blog post is a guide to vegetarian Canada, by Canadian foodies.
If you’ve never seen snow, you should experience it, and Canada is just the place to do it! Here are some great ideas for having winter fun in Canada.
Looking for a Canada itinerary? This guide to Canada is especially for first time visitors & includes 2 week Canada itineraries, from Toronto and Vancouver.
After I stumbled upon the world of oysters in PEI, I pursued the elusive Irish oyster, reputed by some to be the world’s best, to Dublin, Ireland.
Prince Edward Island, Canada is a big green farm surrounded by a deep blue sea. It’s an abundant land and the perfect location for a foodie tour.
I went to the Sivananda Yoga Camp north of Montreal to find inner peace, immerse in yoga and get recharged by the pristine Canadian wilderness setting.
Peace reigns in Montreal & Quebec at the site of John Lennon – Yoko Ono’s famous bed-in for peace and one of Canada’s only real yoga ashrams.
Each year I wait in anticipation for the cherry trees in High Park to burst into bloom. This was a stellar year — perfect weather and gorgeous blossoms.