Remember when your mother and father told you sharing was caring? You might have been reluctant and unwilling at first but over the years, you came around and saw the wisdom in their words. When thinking of travelling, we don’t necessarily see the “sharing” aspect of booking a flight, a place to stay, a tour or even grabbing a meal but the sharin..
Paris has captivated minds and hearts for centuries: it is the birth place of some of the world’s most renown writers, artists and designers, as well as being known for architectural marvels like Notre Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe — just to name a few — and of course, its rich cultures that manifests in a vibrant art and food scene. Our..
It’s an all too familiar story in this age of blogging and vlogging — the restless millennial who decides he wants to see more of the world than the dismal view afforded from his cubicle. He first quits his “corporate job” then sells off his worldly possessions. After a few months on the road he becomes an authority of sorts — a travel blogger —..
In 1973 Paul Theroux, an American novelist and traveller, embarked on a four-month journey by train from London through Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. His travels were recounted in the best-selling book The Great Railway Bazaar. 35 years after his initial voyage, he would retrace the journey as an older man, ..
Driving up to the cottage is the quintessential Canadian experience. Little else compares to hitting the road after a tiring week filled with work and social engagements. Combining a love for the outdoors, a penchant for contemporary architecture and a deep sense of play, visionnaires have reinvented the cottage experience by building innovat..