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The Bruce Peninsula…what you haven’t heard.

Only a few months ago, I took a mini four-hour drive with my boyfriend to hike a trail that I found out today is one of Canada’s longest trails. The Bruce Peninsula.[caption id="attachment_4996" align="aligncenter" width="244" caption="Photo Credit:"][/caption] It is located in Southern Ontario and about 400km away from Toronto. It is the tip between Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. With over ...

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2011, Victoria Day – Long Weekend.

The summer season is officially here, but sure as not feeling it. At the moment I feel like I am living in a rainforest, it just hasn’t stopped raining. So this long weekend, I have planned to enjoy the time off as much as possible even if it does rain. Therefore, my boyfriend and I are taking a little road trip up north into the canyons. Well sort of, it’s actually only an hour in a half north of Ottawa an ...

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My Easter Weekend out WEST

Since I was a young kid, Easter was always a big event for my family. I remember the Good Friday picnics and the large festive Easter Sunday meals. It was usually the same for every Easter, but as the years passed and my brother and I got full time jobs the tradition became more difficult. So since my brother lives in Calgary now and the rest of my family lives in Ontario we all decided to have Easter weeke ...

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Flight to Kilimanjaro International Airport, Booked!!!

Today is a special day! After two weeks of pure procrastination, I booked my flight! I began searching for flights a few weeks back and found one itinerary that I liked for a good price. Now, good price when flying Montreal-Kilimanjaro doesn't mean exactly cheap but let's just say it was the most affordable option. I've never really been a procrastinator when it comes to booking travel until it was time to ...

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A Few Of The Best Hiking Locations In The World

Hiking while backpacking can be one of the best ways to see the landscape or villages of a country. I found this out, by exploring Cinque Terre in Italy a few years ago. I have never experienced such fantastic hike from village to village until I finished hiking Cinque Terre. While I was in Europe many backpackers recommended me to do hiking, so I decided to choose Cinque Terre to get me started. Oh and wow ...

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Mont Saint-Bruno Hike

Over the years and the places I've traveled to, I've grown to enjoy hiking.  So this summer, I'm on a mission. On a mission to hike different mountains in the Montreal area. My first mountain this year is Mont-St-Bruno, in Lanaudière, about 40 kilometers away from Montreal. If you're new to hiking and looking for an easy mountain to hike, you should definetely head to Mont-Saint-Bruno. Le Sentier des Lacs ( ...

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Toe Shoes; Perfect For Backpackers

[digg=] This year in April I went backpacking in South America. I traveled Argentina and Chile for two weeks. My trip was mainly discovering the astonishing landscape by doing activities such as hiking, water rafting, biking, and horse back-riding. But before I started my trip I assumed the weather was going to be average 20-15 degrees, since th ...

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