Planning a visit to Niagara Falls? Here is everything you need to know about visiting the American side vs the Canadian side, and some factors to help you decide which side to visit and which side to stay on.
Confession: I have a fear of heights that borders on a PANIC of heights. I had to face it in Whistler, Canada – read on for one of the most horrifying experiences in my life.
I arrived in Canada on Friday for the Great Coast Road Trip! Vancouver, our first stop, has already made a huge impression. Read what we’ve been up to so far.
I couldn’t believe my eyes when we arrived on the peak of Whistler Mountain last week and I found myself knee-deep in snow!
We’ve seen warning signs for bears, sloths, even fleeing people on the road…today we saw one for a smaller, slower creature…so we went on a hunt for our favorite little reptile.
13 September marked our 500th day on the road – it has been almost 18 months now since we started traveling and we spent the last 100 days traveling in Portugal, Canada and the U.S. Read on for a summary of our reflections and find our where we are headed next!
Ottawa is a clean, green city filled with some of the nicest citizens we have met along the way, but there is much more to the city than first impressions may reveal. Luckily we discovered that the key to conquering Ottawa is all about the locks.
Another amazing year is coming to an end – our 2nd as full-time travelers! It’s hard to believe just how much we have done this year…check out some of our photo highlights of 2011!
The Niagara Falls are more amazing than we expected, but we were less than enthused about the town. Luckily, we found the perfect solution to make a trip to the falls a much more authentic, relaxing experience.
Discovering Montreal’s public bicycle rental system made exploring the city so much easier! We had 24 hours to see Montreal’s main sights and neighborhoods and cycling in Montreal is a breeze!