Posts Tagged ‘canada’

Travel News (Issue 90)

Lord Howe Island announced in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Lonely Planet has announced Lord Howe Island as one of the world’s Top 10 regions in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020. The crescent-shaped island promises an array of activities from snorkelling on the coral reef, hand-feeding fish on Ned’s beach…

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Intertidal Wonderland

Think about winter in British Columbia and snowy mountain towns and top-notch skiing come quickly to mind. Yet to understand the landscape as locals do is to also experience another side of Canada’s westernmost province during its frostiest season: coastal life. During the year’s coldest months, British Columbia’s coast tells…

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Unique Accommodation: Glamping

From lush forests to glacial mountains and vineyards, tented camps are the new byline in luxury, and it’s even got its own vocabulary. Gone are the days of dingy tents and flimsy collapsible chairs – glamorous camping, or ‘glamping’, proves that you don’t need solid walls to soak in the…

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Snapshot: Rail Journeys

Decked out in old-world charm and mystery, railway journeys are often overlooked, as travellers tend to look for quick fixes when it comes to their sojourns. Instead of opting for the next flight or holiday destination, rediscover travel by taking one of the world’s most luxurious trains – tucked away…

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In Pictures: The Oldest UNESCO World Heritage Sites

UNESCO World Heritage Sites are always a sight to behold. People are immediately drawn to a certain place as soon as they hear the words, ‘UNESCO World Heritage Site’. With over 1,000 world heritage sites as of 2019, the list seems to keep growing and stopping at nothing. These places…

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In Pictures: Alberta, Canada

  Pass the northern edge of Montana into the Western Canadian border, uncover the riches of Alberta. It is a province whose landscape is littered with massive lakes, mountains and prairies amongst other feats of nature. Trodden on by people who have come and gone over the centuries, Alberta’s landscape…

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Ice Fishing: What You Need to Know

By Guest Writer, Caillin Rosario Ice fishing is the next step for anyone who adores fishing. ICE FISHING is a gruelling sport even for the most dedicated. It requires absolute patience while the glacial air makes every attempt to freeze your nerves solid. All this effort only makes the feeling…

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Bucket List Series: The Great White North

The second largest country in the world, painted white with snowy Arctic frozen tundra and north of the United States. Hence, the Great White North.   An apt nickname for Canada, home to the nicest, most apologetic people ever – the Internet wields enough pictorial proof of these lovely folk.   …

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The Most Liveable Cities Of 2018

These stunning cities have been ranked the top ten in the world for their outstanding living conditions… which is on your list to visit?    1. Vienna, Austria 2. Melbourne, Australia 3. Osaka, Japan4. Calgary, Canada 5. Sydney, Australia 6. Vancouver, Canada 7. Toronto, Canada (shared spot) 8.  Tokyo, Japan (shared spot) 9. Copenhagen,…

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