If you love the outdoors and good food, Vancouver should be on your bucket list. This 36 hours itinerary blends a bit of both and then some!
Planning your summer vacation in the US? You should consider a camping road trip in the northeast – check out our guide for the best places to stay!
Sometimes moving overseas doesn’t work out as planned. We lasted three months into the year of our Canada working holiday visa, but we don’t regret a thing.
While living in downtown Vancouver we compiled a list of the best food in the city. Take this list with you next time you visit – you won’t be disappointed!
If you’re looking for a non-snow-sports activity in Whistler in early winter, the short hike to Lost Lake could be just what you’re after!
We loved Whistler, BC, in the fall, so we knew we had to visit again in the winter to appreciate its most well-known feature – its ski slopes!
What has a suspension bridge, a cantilevered cliff walk, and bridges amongst huge trees? Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver does!
Vancouver, BC, has some great local craft beers to try. We’ve been busy sampling them since we arrived here!
Do you prefer an adrenaline rush or relaxation? Here are the best things to do for 36 hours in Whistler, Canada, during the off-season!
Fall in Vancouver is pretty darn wet. On one rainy Saturday we decided to embrace the watery world of another kind and visit the Vancouver Aquarium!
Vancouver is one of the world’s most liveable cities! Here are some photos and things we’ve done in our first month.
So you’re thinking about moving to Canada? Great idea! This guide gives you all the information you need to know about visas, insurance, accommodation etc.
We spent a couple of days meandering around Montreal and Quebec City. We loved the European feel of the cities and delicious local produce!
We love the concept of Airbnb, but until recently hadn’t tried it. But as all the cheap hotels near Montreal were booked out, we decided to give it a go!