My sister Victoria Ward and I took a road trip through the Ottawa Valley and to the nation’s capital in search of Irish history and our family roots.
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.
Visiting the Ottawa Valley to find my Irish roots This year, 2013, as Ireland celebrates The Gathering (a year of…
What is it about the primordial world of rugged nature in north Ontario that inspired Canada’s greatest art collective? In a word, spirit.
I visited Halifax, Nova Scotia to cover the Titanic centenary as a travel blogger in April 2012. Here’s my case study report on a travel blogger’s press trip.
After spending the Titanic 100 anniversary weekend in Halifax, I now feel the people of Halifax, who went out to retrieve the victim’s bodies fromt he frigid North Atlantic, are heroes.
As the Titanic 3D movie opens and the 100th anniversary of tragedy approaches, this blog post is about why the Titanic fascinates me, and the strange and uncanny connections I have had with this story throughout my life.
The third in a series of blog posts about my favourite moments of the IIFA (Bollywood) Awards in Toronto. Moment #3: the stars. Seeing stars like Priyanka Chopra and Anil Kapoor in the Fairmont Royal York Hotel lobby became normal!
The second in a series of blog posts about my favourite moments of the IIFA (Bollywood) Awards in Toronto. Moment #2: Fan frenzy and meeting the Mission SRK / Shahrukh Khan Angels
Bollywood madness hits Toronto, Canada with the first day of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards and stars like Anil Kapoor and Bipasha Basu appearing