If you’re looking for a beautiful weekend escape to celebrate Valentine’s with your loved one, may I suggest the gorgeous Banff in the Canadian Rocky mountains.
Whistler is a true winter wonderland. Bursting at the seams with all sorts of snowy activities and postcard-worthy views, I spent a week in -15 degrees enjoying all the things on offer.
No wonder Canada was listed as the No. 1 travel destination for 2017 by the New York Times… Click on each photo for more jaw-dropping views. Panorama Ridge, Whistler, British Columbia Joffre Lakes, Pemberton, British Columbia Edith Cavell Glacier, Jasper, Alberta Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia Black Tusk, Whistler, British Columbia Peyto Lake, Banff, Alberta Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta
I was spending a week of holidays in California visiting my parents, who live just south of San Francisco in the Palo Alto region. We decided to hit the road on Christmas Eve to spend the two most magical days of the year in the quaintest little town of Carmel-By-The-Sea, an idyllic place on the
I spent a week in California under the December sun – a nice change from the Vancouver snowstorms that were frequenting my morning commutes. My parents are living out in the Palo Alto area now, so it was nice to be able to spend the Christmas holidays with them. Pictured below are snaps of Palo
On a warm December afternoon, dad and I drove a couple hours down the winding coastal path in search of beautiful views. The iconic Californian Highway 1 with the stops below took us approximately 6 hours roundtrip from San Jose, including a lunch break at a Big Sur Burrito Bar. Some of California’s most well-known
Sam and I spent time in Yoho National Park at the end of August on one of the days of our BC-Alberta roadtrip. We came across so many stunning sights that demanded our attention – typical of this beautiful country. Here are the most iconic stops that we found in Yoho, all well worth the