This coverage of Swazi music by CNN is great. Check it out!
Thinking about your summer travel plans? I just discovered the cheapflights.ca website that has all sorts of info about when to buy airline tickets. Generally, they advise 4-5 months in advance for the best fares. Most expensive time just about … Continue reading
This summer I went to Cape Breton after not being there since I was a teenager. It felt so good to go back. What a magical place! Check out my story in Culture Magazin …Cape Breton’s Cultural Tapestry And here … Continue reading
Even though it’s only around a 4-hour drive from Toronto, Syracuse is a city I had never visited. This former stop on the Erie Canal, a shipping life-line that connected Albany, NY to Buffalo and connected to the Great Lakes, … Continue reading
I lived in Philadelphia 10 years ago and loved it. This year, I went back for the first time. I was nervous. Would it have changed? Would it have enough new (and old) places to explore and keep me busy? … Continue reading
There is nothing more glorious than a colourful fall day in the country. I know this because I recently took a trip to the south shore of Georgian Bay and into the Beaver Valley. We were following the Apple Pie … Continue reading
The city of furry love! I felt it when I lived there and took my dog to a weekly Yappy Hour in Fairmont Park. Fun. Just got this press release in and it is so great, I thought I’d share … Continue reading
Drive 90 minutes southeast of Montreal and you’ll come to a magical kingdom dotted with storybook villages. The Eastern Townships is a place I never tire of visiting. It’s where I once celebrated a milestone birthday in the dead of … Continue reading
I came across this article in Money Sense magazine, Booking Mistakes to Avoid …some great advice and ways to save on costly blunders. Good stuff!
I was recently part of a Society of American Travel Writers, Canadian Chapter outing to Jordan, Ont. It was fantastic! 28 wineries, gorgeous peaches and tender fruit, lovely restaurants with home-grown produce and very friendly, welcoming residents. I highly recommend … Continue reading