Throughout 2017 we’re featuring some spectacular images from our good friend and amazing photographer Johannes Brock (to purchase prints, please contact us and we’ll put you in touch). March is a spectacular image of Mesa Arch – Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Visit our “Downloads” page for a full-size image.
If you’re like us, it’s always a little heart-breaking when you leave your pet behind for vacation. Let’s face it, we all know the big sad eyes and looks of despair that wash over our dog’s face when we start packing the suitcase. Case in point ————————> Taking your dog or cat along on the family road trip is one thing, but flying with your furry family is another. Your decision should not be taken lightly. So considering the following and do lots of research before deciding to put pups on a plane. PAPERWORK You’ll need to get your pet certified. That’s right, you’ll need to obtain a certificate of current health from your veterinarian within 10 days of your trip. It’s required by airlines if you want to travel with a pet. You may even be required to have a passport for your pet – so be sure to check the details, not only with your carrier, but with your destination. SIZE & BREED MATTERS Whether your pet is allowed to travel depends on …
This installment of our trip to Belgium and Germany 2016 is getting confusing… It’s the fourth and last in the series, so do we call it Germany – Part Eins (1) or Part Vier (4) – Trier And A Terrorist Sighting? Either way, bet you want to get to the terrorist bit – right? DON’T skip ahead…
Throughout 2017 we’ll be featuring some spectacular images from our good friend and amazing photographer Johannes Brock. February takes us seaside to Zandvoort in the Netherlands for a romantic sunset. Visit our “Downloads” page for a full-size image.
The Outdoor Adventure Show makes its first cross-Canada stop in Toronto in less than a month – February 24-26, 2017 – at the International Centre. The Outdoor Adventure Show is Canada’s largest showcase of outdoor gear and adventure travel experiences. This year there will be over 300 exhibitors and more than 100 and adventure presentations! From camping to scuba diving, trekking the savannas of Africa to visiting the polar bears and seeing the Northern Lights, the show will offer plenty of inspiration for your next vacation, whether in Canada or beyond. See it! Do it! Live it! Try your luck and enter to win free tickets to the show (click the image to be redirected to our official Rafflecopter entry form), or order in advance with our exclusive promo code (Promo Code: TRAVELBLOG) and save $4 off the price of admission (click the image below to be redirected to the site). Learn more about the show at http://www.OutdoorAdventureShow.ca
Happy New Year!! We’ve finally added the January Desktop Calendar. Got the winter blues? Feeling like a bit of a bump on an …. er rock? Us too! Hope you enjoy this adorable little Harbor Seal from California. Visit our “Downloads” page for a full-size image.
Well this article started out as one, but has turned into four! We hope you’re still with us. This is the last installment of our 2016 visit to Belgium (part 4 is Germany). If you missed our other installments here’s a link to each of them… Belgium – Home of Chocolate, Waffles… And Beer and Belgium – Part Deux. Airbnb, Towning, Waterfalls And Motor Racing Dinant (Pronounced Dinon) We said goodbye to terrific Airbnb host Phillippe, and set off for our next destination for the night: Dinant. Not only do we visit a unique cave system, but right just down the road a wee bit is a beer museum (see previous articles) and a really cool looking city right on the Meuse River that is birthplace of the saxophone.