Is tourism killing the environment?

Most people like to travel and go on vacation. I know I do, although I rarely get to do so because it's also expensive. There are 1 billion tourist that visit other countries in the world every year. In this age of mass tourism, when more of us than ever are leaving home for more... Continue Reading →

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World Tourism Day

September 27 is World Tourism Day. Did you know that the most commonly forgotten item for travelers is their toothbrush? I always put that item as well as any other personal hygiene and sun protection in my carry one that way if they lose my baggage, I still have everything I need to survive while... Continue Reading →

Travel and rape shouldn’t go hand in hand

Is Canada's Far North a playground for perverts? Workers from the South take advantage of the distance and the distress to commit irreparable actions. Survey collected testimonials from Inuit women victims of sexual violence. The leader of Manitoba’s northern First Nations is demanding action after explosive allegations came to light revealing decades of racism and... Continue Reading →

Do you travel?

Did you know that the most commonly forgotten item for travelers is their toothbrush? I always put that item as well as any other personal hygiene and sun protection in my carry one that way if they lose my baggage, I still have everything I need to survive while they are found. Often hotels markup... Continue Reading →

Travelling? – Register online

New technology can make life a lot easier. Registering online is probably the best way to save time at the airport. By registering online, which you can normally do it 24 hours before your flight, you will receive your boarding pass by e-mail or text message. There are also machines at the airport that will... Continue Reading →

The Vatican Museum

The Vatican Museum is both beautiful and absolutely heartbreaking. Back in 2004, I visited the Vatican Museum. As an archaeology and art history student, I was suddenly surrounded every which way by the works of arts and the history I had studied. It's beautiful. It's educational. It's highly uncomfortable as you walked among all of the priceless artefacts... Continue Reading →

Memories of Disney World

You are never too old to love Disney. The magic simply continues to evolve as you get older. There's nothing like showing your favourite Disney movies to your child for the first time. It's truly a wonder to see the reactions of your own children the first time they see a Disney movie. The Disney... Continue Reading →

Travel Wishlist

It's winter. I don't know where you are in the world right now, but I am surrounded by snow and freezing cold. It's time to dream about faraway places I would love to see. I have been lucky in my life to have the opportunity to travel and visit many countries (France, Greece, Italy, Malta,... Continue Reading →

Memories of Cancun, Mexico

My trip to Cancun, Mexico was thanks to the generosity of my best friend and came just before my 10-year relationship with my child's dad was officially over. It was an incredible experience. I joined her there. I arrived at night. My lift to the hotel wasn't there. I took a taxi and mispronounced the... Continue Reading →

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