• How to spend a winter getaway in Victoria, BC

    With stunning landscapes, small town vibes, and mild weather year-round, Vancouver Island is just a hop, skip and a jump from Vancouver BC. In fact, it only takes a couple of hours to get there from downtown Vancouver. As per usual, we didn’t have much time to explore Vancouver Island proper, so settled on a few days in its capital, Victoria.

    I would sum Victoria up as a quaint harbour town, with its heritage buildings, rugged coastline, and natural beauty. Although, step back from the harbour a bit, and you’ll find a bustling city with all the trappings of modern life.

    It’s like a little slice of Britain on the edge of Canada. What could be more perfect?

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  • Why snowshoeing is probably my favourite winter activity

    You should all know by now that winter holidays have given me some of my best travel memories to date. Even though it’s freezing cold outside, there’s snow on absolutely everything, and you can hardly feel your face, there are so many outdoor activities you can do during the winter time. And the more I’ve thought about it, the more I’ve come to realise that snowshoeing is probably my favourite winter activity.

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  • Stanley Park in Pictures

    Vancouver bridged the gap for us between our time spent in Alaska and Whistler in January this year; and although we didn’t allow ourselves much time there, one of the things we really wanted to do was explore Stanley Park by bike. Stanley Park is an oasis that really makes you forget you’re actually in

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