Category Archives: North America

Destinations to North America

5 More Spooky Places (You Might Not Expect)

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)

Our 5 favourite destinations you can get to on Porter

Looking for a convenient flight you can board right downtown Toronto? A flight with quick check-ins and shorter lines? And best of all, free drinks, snacks, newspapers and WiFi? If this sounds just about right, grab this opportunity with both hands for The Porter Experience. PLUS – you’ll get student savings with your ISIC – … Continue reading Our 5 favourite destinations you can get to on Porter

Long Weekend Getaways – From Coast to Coast

British Columbia If you’re anything like us, the perfect long weekend includes plenty of sun and plenty of waves. You don’t have to head down to California or Hawaii to make it happen – just go surfing in Tofino! It’s one of the best reasons to visit Vancouver Island, in our opinion – well worth … Continue reading Long Weekend Getaways – From Coast to Coast

Palm Springs

When you think Palm Springs, maybe you think of golf vacations. Maybe you think of Hollywood glamour (and if you’re a TV buff, Lucy and Ethel’s trip there). Or, if you’re anything like us, you think Coachella. Palm Springs is not just any one of these things, it’s all of them and more. So, what … Continue reading Palm Springs

The Perks of Being a Group Traveller

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

What should you do in Boston?

City Highlights Freedom Trail The Freedom trail is a 2.5 mile long red brick path that leads to 16 significant historic sites throughout downtown Boston. Stops include museums, churches, a book store and more. The Freedom Trail is like a built-in map to ensure that you see the most important historical landmarks this city has … Continue reading What should you do in Boston?

Greetings from…

We’re pretty hardcore travellers here: there’s no part of the world we are willing to miss. But even we were impressed with all the places YOU went in 2015. We saw it, in your Instagram posts, your tweets, and your videos. You travelled to some of the most beautiful places, the most off-the-beaten-track places, and … Continue reading Greetings from…

5 Destinations to Dream About (during awkward family dinners)

It’s that time of year again! Family time can be great, but sometimes you need a mental break from the annual question session on just about everything in your life. So, this year, instead of getting overwhelmed when your parents ask (again) why you aren’t a doctor, you can zone out and pretend you’re in … Continue reading 5 Destinations to Dream About (during awkward family dinners)