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Sun Peaks Resort in Beautiful British Columbia

06/02/2017 | By

Why go to a ski resort if you don’t ski? Sun Peaks Resort in Canada offers plenty of alternative opportunities for fun in the snow!

View from my window at Sun Peaks Resort

The view from my window at Sun Peaks Resort

I’m both sport and risk-averse, so when I was invited to check out Sun Peaks Resort, an alpine ski resort in British Columbia, Canada, I knew I’d have to find ways to enjoy the experience that didn’t compromise the integrity of my knees.

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Flightseeing the Kluane Glaciers in Kluane National Park, Yukon Territory

16/09/2014 | By

It never ceases to amaze me the places this blog takes me and the things it encourages me to do. As you all know, I’m swanning around Canada again at the moment and have some astonishing things to share with you, but I really couldn’t resist showing off my birds-eye view of the glaciers in Kluane National Park in the utterly gob-smacking Yukon.

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Springtime and Cider on Vancouver Island

21/04/2014 | By

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost 12 months since I was last in Canada. As we begin to slide (albeit very slowly here in Adelaide) into the cooler months of autumn, those in the northern hemisphere are rejoicing the return of the sun and enjoying the fresh, bright greens and fragrant blossoms of spring.

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Wish You Were Here Postcards – Notre-Dame Basilica Montreal

26/02/2014 | By

Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal

A dramatic example of Gothic Revival architecture, the interior of the Notre-Dame Basilica is one of the most glorious I have ever seen. The ceiling is richly decorated in blue and gold and the church is full of intricately carved statues.

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Wish You Were Here Postcards – The Berlin Wall in Montreal!

12/02/2014 | By

Berlin Wall in Montreal

When I was in Montreal last year I was lucky enough to stay in the Intercontinental Montreal, a deliciously indulgent hotel brilliantly situated just steps away from both the old city and the new and next door to the World Trade Centre Montreal.

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Montreal Mange – A glimpse at How Montreal Eats!

18/11/2013 | By

Sitting on an island in the St. Lawrence River, Montreal is the worlds second largest French-speaking city – and damn proud of it. The French architectural influence makes it a gorgeous looking city and it is very user friendly, with 47 square kilometres of green space, 500 kilometres of bike paths and over 5,000 restaurants. Really, if you can’t find a good feed in this town you are doing something seriously wrong.

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