Travel & Transportation

327 articles

Haida Gwaii

By Marie Bruce on Sep 13, 2016

I love nature and wild places and I especially love Emily Carr's atmospheric paintings from her time in Haida Gwaii so I went ahead and booked my Air Canada flight to Sandspit to travel in early August 2015. Read more...

Go Guided

By Kate Robertson on Sep 1, 2016

The Greek fabulist, Aesop, said “travel is worthwhile,” and nobody understands this better than Collette, a family-owned business that offers guided tours to all seven continents. Read more...

The Isle of Man by Rail

By Glen Cowley on Jun 1, 2016

Fifty-three kilometres long and 19km wide, the Isle of Man is a National entity alive with ancient Celtic, Viking and Manx history, world famous motorcycle racing, hiking, water sports and much more. Read more...

On the Loose in Peru

By Chris Millikan on Jun 1, 2016

Marian Lowery and husband, Bruce Dolsen, embrace retired life with enthusiasm. Recently, they planned and realized their long-time dream of visiting South America. Read more...

Hiking the Kumano Kodo: A Pilgrimage with a Twist

By Kate Robertson on Jun 1, 2016

When a Walk Japan tour to hike part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail arose, I jumped at the chance, not because I particularly thought it would be a “real” pilgrimage, but because it was a trip that would combine two of my passions, exploring new places and physical activity. Read more...

Falling for Grenada

By Jane Cassie on Jun 1, 2016

Hiking boots weren’t on my packing list when making plans for this trip to Grenada, but they sure would have come in handy while hiking the hills in Grand Etang National Park. Read more...

Pack Your Bags!

By Wendy Johnstone on May 1, 2016

Travelling is an activity many British Columbians relish. Most would agree travelling when healthy is the best way to fully enjoy the experience, however, when medical conditions or mobility challenges are present, it can still be a wonderful adventure. Read more...

A Gathering of Eagles

By Chris & Rick Millikan on May 1, 2016

Fraser River tributaries fill with millions of spawning salmon. Thousands of bald eagles soon follow, attracted by this abundant food source. And like hundreds of other curious visitors, we check out the Fraser Valley’s Bald Eagle Festival in mid-November, the first of four weekends celebrating these returns. Read more...

More Than Just Dinosaurs

By Kate Robertson on Apr 1, 2016

As Canadians, usually when we want a good dose of history we travel to Europe or Asia, but a recent trip to the Badlands in southeastern Alberta proved to me that we have some rich history of our own worth exploring. Read more...

Tulip Time

By Chris & Rick Millikan on Apr 1, 2016

Packing light, we rack up our bikes and head for the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. A comfortable Arlington base awaits us in Washington State, an easy drive south of the border. Read more...

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