Arguably one of the most scenic provinces in all of Canada, Alberta is stunning! Not only that, but it’s also home to two of the oldest national parks in the world. This alone makes this province incredible, but there are so many epic and best places in Alberta that are too incredible to miss.  There’s … Continue Reading

Being of the biggest cities in Alberta, Edmonton is often seen as a gateway to Jasper National Park and the gorgeous places to visit in Alberta. That being said, Edmonton isn’t just a gateway city, it’s actually a great city to visit in its own right. With heads of the best things to do in … Continue Reading

The region between Toronto to Niagara Falls is one incredible place to explore, especially if you want a mix of city and nature during your holiday. That’s the thing that makes this region so special – the fact it has a little piece of everything. That being said, organising a week-long itinerary to travel from … Continue Reading

You might have guessed by now that I have a deep and very real love for everything Canadian. It’s beautiful countryside, literally the friendliest people, piles of bacon and one massive space to explore. With, let’s be honest, a heap of the best things to do in Nova Scotia, too. Now, perched on the Atlantic … Continue Reading

Puffins are perhaps my favourite wild birds to see. Actually, my favourite birds as a whole are actually chickens – I’ve had them as pets since I was little and so have a very soft spot for them but in the wild, puffins are my absolute fave. They’re clumsy colourful little clowns of the ocean … Continue Reading

After our full day exploring Calgary (and eating our way through it), it was finally time to bid the city farewell and head out into the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Alberta. Canadian cities are great fun (especially if you know the best places to eat, drink and dance) but the great outdoors is without a … Continue Reading

Quebec City is not only steeped in history, but it’s also beautiful and a great city to visit when exploring the province of Quebec’s epic spots. In fact, I’d go as far as saying that there are so many stunning things to see and the best things to do in Quebec City that you’re going … Continue Reading

As you can probably tell by now, I’m pretty smitten with Niagara-on-the-Lake, I loved visiting so much. It’s one of those charming little towns you can visit again and again and still just wanna see more. I really think it’s a contender for one of the prettiest Canadian towns in Ontario, for sure! Oh, and best … Continue Reading

The city of Edmonton in Canada is not necessarily the city everyone might have a ready-made travel plan and itinerary. Vancouver, perhaps or even Toronto but seeing as we had to get one together after visiting recently, and one that saw us make the most of the season we visited in, I figured it was … Continue Reading

Toronto is easily one of my favourite cities in the world and with good reason too! For starters, much as I’d typically avoid comparing cities, it’s so reminiscent of the many reasons I love our home city of London and makes you feel right at home as soon as you step into it. There’s a … Continue Reading

The next morning in Niagara-on-the-Lake began with a bit of a misstep. After a long and lazy breakfast by the fire, I decided that I wanted to check out a maple syrup place just outside of town (remember how I said about my sweet tooth in this post the day before?). “Just outside of town” … Continue Reading

As you may have been able to tell from Instagram, Facebook or Twitter – we’re in Canada – Edmonton, to be precise and boy is it an amazing city! We’ve been so busy pretty traipsing through the city in search of fun and to take in as much of the sights as possible (before we … Continue Reading

The Canadian province of Ontario is totally huge; just like the rest of Canada is (obviously)! Now, it might not be the largest of all the provinces, but it certainly has the most people that live there. This all makes it a great place to visit, with a heap of the best places in Ontario … Continue Reading

Our next stop in Quebec involved us ‘getting lost’ in nature and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect for it. Given as it was in autumn, the weather has been a bit cool for the past few days but for some reason, on this one day, it just got ridiculously warm. Like, warm enough … Continue Reading