Sometimes the travel adventures that are near-disasters make the best travel stories. At least that’s what Wendy and her husband think.
In Sarah Winman’s beautiful novel Still Life, all roads lead to Florence. For me too this week, since I could not bear for this book to end.
We first felt gratitude for not living in a country torn apart by the effects of war when we visited Bosnia-Herzegovina in 2019.
We cherish our travel memories. They remind us how lucky we are to be able to travel. And how grateful we are to live where and when we do.
We’re back from our ski week in the Laurentians and I’ve spun all my video clips into a vlog for your enjoyment. Winter Vacation: the movie.
This week we are lazing in the Laurentians. Cross-country skiing along Le P’tit Train du Nord, eating, reading, napping. And relaxing.
Today we’re taking a holiday from Christmas stress, and Covid stress to travel to beautiful Scotland with someone who knows the country well.
I‘m home in New Brunswick this week. The prodigal child returns, so to speak. I’ve been drinking tea, chatting, and spending time with Mum.
This week my friend Liz and I had a day out in Merrickville, Ontario. Sunshine, historic buildings, antique shops. What could be better?
This is a non-travel travel post, my friends. I’m going to walk around downtown Ottawa and go for tea at the Château Laurier. Want to come?
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