When you think of Greece, you likely picture the white-washed dwellings on the dramatic cliffs of Santorini, the ancient Parthenon overlooking bustling Athens, or the glamorous party island of Mykonos. But there’s so much more to experience—we spent three weeks drifting and driving around this M
Travellers flock to New England each year, especially in the summer and fall, to discover what we already know: New England is a wonderful place for a vacation. From seacoast fishing villages to bustling cities steeped in history, there’s something for everyone.
When you first arrive on the Sunshine Coast in BC you could be forgiven for thinking you have arrived on an island. It’s connected to the southern mainland and divided into two parts, Lower and Upper Sunshine Coast.
There is no direct road access and the only way to get to here is by float plan
Bruges, or Brugge if you prefer Flemish, is a special place. Often referred to as “the Venice of the north”, my wife Cathy and I fell in love with this historic city during our first visit, and have visited a number of times since.