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When Travel Goes Wrong

preparing for travel mishaps ...After years of no-incident (ok, minimal-incident) the inevitability of the murphy’s law of travel is catching up. With recent problems with flights, reservations, cancellations, extreme weather ...
 

On Being a Tourist in My Own Town

fun at the Mirror MazeI’ve lived in the Syracuse area my entire life – that’s 40+ years of the same roadways, shops, restaurants and attractions. For me, travel is the counterpoint to the familiar, but I wondered if I was missing out on what’s right in my own backyard?

7 Easy Steps to Explore Richmond, British Columbia

365DaysofDining.caVancouver, one of Canada’s glorious international jewels, is an easy place to fall in love with.  But a short subway ride away (and a stone’s throw from YVR airport) sits the charming city of Richmond ...

Bus Tour in Victoria, British Columbia

double decker bus tours in VictoriaEver taken a bus tour? How about a double-decker bus tour? I recently traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia to speak at a conference and I tacked a few days ...

Family Getaway at Blue Mountain in Collingwood, Ontario

Thornbury PierA fun, fall getaway in Collingwood Ontario, on the beautiful Georgian triangle, makes for a relaxing vacation for the whole family. Still nice for the beach...

How to Prepare for Everything

don' try to prepare ... be ready!don' try to prepare ... be ready!You cannot be prepared for everything, and, in attempting to do so, you will stress yourself out to the point where even your animals begin to lose their hair. My tip for you is not to try and prepare for everything, but, rather, be ready for anything ...

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