Mont-Tremblant is a distinctly Canadian winter sports mecca. The town’s French Canadian roots make this a mish-mash of different cultures that made me wonder how it only takes 450 miles from New York City to Mont-Tremblant. Located a little more than an hour north of Montreal, in the middle of the Laurentian Mountains, Mont-Tremblant is […]
Heli-skiing in British Columbia is the perfect winter sport getaway and ideal for the adventurous traveler looking for the next exciting snow vacation.
Canada – from coast to coast – is a landmass that’s bursting with exotic places and incredible opportunities for adventures of a lifetime.
Route 66, Jack Kerouac’s On the Road: the road trip is as iconic and American as Apple Pie. Here’s what I learned on the road, and why you should go too.
Dave’s tips on how to spend 48 hours in Toronto, Canada’s largest city, and the perfect jumping off point for day trips to Niagara Falls.
Haida Gwaii, also known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, is an archipelago located in northern British Columbia, Canada know for it’s salmon fishing.
At 165 vertical feet, they aren’t the world’s tallest, but the three waterfalls which make up Niagara Falls have the highest flow rate in the world.
Travelers enjoy great deals – I for sure do! When I first set out to travel and live in Southeast Asia I got a miles flight to Hawaii (where I have many relatives) and then I camped out in Honolulu until I found a great last minute flight into Bangkok. Since I wasn’t on a […]
Local cuisine is a perk for any traveler. Whether it was Ceviche in Ecuador, Dolma in Turkey, or Pizza in Italy, pure authenticity made each of my meal experiences that much more enjoyable, and, of course, delicious. When traveling more locally, however, these kinds of dishes are harder to come by. North of Mexico, most […]
My professor liked to say, the Quebecois are more French than the French! (Photo: David Ohmer)