1) Halifax, Canada We have a soft spot for the maritime provinces, but Nova Scotia takes the cake when it comes to the creepy, spooky, and downright freaky. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic has a large feature on the Titanic disaster, including items discovered from the wreck. The exhibit takes you through life aboard … Continue reading 5 More Spooky Places (You Might Not Expect)
1) Every time you pull a fall sweater out of your closet, you look wistfully at the swimsuit that barely saw the light of day this summer. Exactly one week ago #takemebackplease #junglevibes A photo posted by Dani Goddard (@dani_girlsofto) on Jun 18, 2016 at 7:41am PDT 2) There’s an ache in your feet you’re … Continue reading 5 Signs You Need A Beach, NOW
You: • love to travel • love to share your experiences • wish you could travel more Does this sound like you? You’re in luck. The travelcuts FilmFest competition is in full swing, and it’s your shot to win $5,000 in travel (yes!). Plus, you’ll get bragging rights as winner of #travelcutsDOC 2016. All you’ve … Continue reading Calling All Creative Travellers!
Cameras and travel go hand in hand. You wouldn’t dream of taking a bucket list trip without also bringing along something to document the journey, right? But upgrading from the camera in your phone or a basic point & shoot can be a daunting task. Different kinds of travel have different documentation needs! Before you … Continue reading Travel Photography 101 – What gear do I need?
Planes, trains, buses, Ubers… It can be exhausting staying cooped up when you’re travelling. Feeling the need to stretch your legs on your next vacation? We thought so. Staying active and reducing your carbon footprint are always a great idea! These are 5 of our favourite most walkable cities: Florence If you want a city … Continue reading 5 Cities Meant for Walking
At some point in time, it happens to everyone: you’ll have to travel alone. Maybe the prospect of this excites you (in which case, you might want to read this post), or maybe you find it terrifying. Maybe you don’t have any strong feelings about the subject. Regardless, if you’re on this post, you probably … Continue reading Travelling Alone (for the first time!)
There’s a reason why people “wax poetic” about travel. A quick search on the Internet for “travel quotes” would provide you with enough inspiration to want to pack a bag and leave tomorrow. As someone with a personal case of wanderlust, I can empathize with those who suffer the same symptoms as I do: constantly … Continue reading The Perks of Being a Group Traveller
So, you’ve just returned from the trip of a lifetime. The memories you’ve made are going to live in your mind and heart forever. But how will you share those memories with your friends? You could just upload your photos to Facebook and call it a day, but we think these unique ways of sharing … Continue reading 4 Ways to Share your Memories