World Traveller 73

Our local ski hill that is closest to our house is Whistler / Blackcomb. It’s situated in the Coastal Mountains about ninety minutes drive from beautiful Vancouver. As a world class...

As an avid downhill skier, the pandemic health conditions were not at all favourable to downhill skiing. The activity of downhill skiing of being outside in the outdoors, away from all...

As a result of terrific geography, Canada is full of parks, waterways and small towns between it’s three coast lines. While some may be more engaging and entertaining than others, Kenora,...

There are times when family duties call. You don’t ever get to chose where family lives but you can chose how to get there. In this adventure, we made the best...

Every year, Whistler hosts an annual fall festival of food and drink, which is described as being made for the epicurious, uninhibited food and drink lover. The event is a great...

As Vancouver residents, we spend a lot of our free time up in the Whistler area. We enjoy the space, the recreation and the relaxed lifestyle when it comes to hanging...

Today was get away day and time to head back home. Today’s trip would have me departing Killarney by car and flying back home to Vancouver, all in one day. This...

It was sleepy days in the bread basket of Manitoba. Despite the slow moving pace of small towns, we managed to get out on walking and driving tours of rural Manitoba....

After a little sleep in thanks to a two hour tie zone change, we were set to drive overland through Canada’s bread basket from Winnipeg to Killarney, Manitoba. This post is...

This post is one chapter on our trip to Killarney Manitoba, Canada. For more information on how this trip was booked, please see our trip introduction here. For other parts of...

The last segment of this trip involved a day at the lake, and a trip back towards Vancouver. We tagged on a pit stop into Quilchena to break up the trip,...