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Camping 101: How To Survive The Weekend In a Camper Of Sorts

This post may contain affiliate links. My love and I recently went to Hope, BC to visit his parents for the weekend. You see, they have a camper at Hope River RV Park that they have been spending the weekends at. My father in-law retired this past week and we went down to celebrate and decided that we would stay a couple nights so we could enjoy the festivities. So my mother in-law rented out […]

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15 Reasons To Visit Hell’s Gate British Columbia

This post contains affiliate links.   If you’ve ever been to British Columbia then you know that it is a beautiful place, if you haven’t been then you should get here to check it out! There are so many neat places to explore and experience and today I’m going to focus on Hell’s Gate. Here you will find 15 reasons to visit Hell’s Gate British Columbia. Located on the outskirts of Boston Bar, you will find this […]

15 Dishes on the Bahia de Navidad

Mexican cuisine is a favourite of many and there is such a large selection of dishes, therefore it’s hard to decide which ones you should try! While there’s some you crave to savour one more time. Since the Bahia de Navidad is comprised of three small towns: San Patricio – Melaque, Villa Obregon and Barra de Navidad, as a result there are many restaurants to choose from along this stretch and my heavenly cuisine experiences […]

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3 Days In Koh Phangan Thailand

  We arrived on Koh Phangan on an overnight ferry ride from the mainland of Suratthani. The ferry was old and wooden. The main floor is where all the luggage was piled and the top floor had a very low ceiling and was lined with small mattresses numbered one through eighty. It was very close quarters with a lot of strangers and was definitely a unique experience. Pretty well everyone on the ferry was heading […]

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14 Day West Coast Road Trip – Vancouver BC To Yuma AZ And Back

Who loves to ROAD TRIP??? I know I do!   A quick overview of our 14 day roadtrip: Vancouver, BC to San Fransisco, Los Angeles, Anaheim and San Diego, California, to Yuma and Pheonix, Arizona, to Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada and then home. To road trip is by far, my favourite form of travel! For my man, not so much! Although he did enjoy it to a certain extent. 14 Days to cover this […]

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Playa Del Carmen Mexico In November – Hotel Review & Things To Do

This post may contain affiliate links.   I just recently visisted Playa Del Carmen Mexico with my better half. Absolutely beautiful place! It was our home for a week and it was all inclusive at a resort that was chosen for us, as we were attending the wedding of some close friends of ours. The wedding was beautiful by the way. This is the second time I have experienced all inclusive and there was no […]

10 Tips for Backpacking

My first backpacking trip was an amazing experience and I wouldn’t trade it for the world! But I did learn a few things along the way (most of them the hard way) that will forever improve my future travels. Here you will find my top tips for traveling backpacking style. #1 Pack comfortable walking shoes. You will be doing A LOT of walking and you will probably be carrying a heavy bag. Even if you […]

Khao Sok National Park

From Khao Lak it took about two hours to get to Khao Sok by taxi. We were only able to get a bungalow for one night, as that is all that was available. It cost 1100B ($41.20 CAD/$31.47 USD) each for the longtail boat in and 560B ($20.97 CAD/$16.02 USD) each for one night and three meals. It was pretty amazing! The bungalow is floating on the lake and the water is an emerald colour. […]

Khao Lak!

It was a bus ride of about two and a half hours from Krabi Town to Khao Lak. The temperature is high here, especially in March/April…it was about 40-45 degrees celsius. Very little restaurants and stores are open through the day, except the convenience stores, due to the heat. If you are hungry and can’t find an open restaurant, I highly recommend that you DO NOT get a chicken burger from a convenience store. I […]