How to safely & responsible watch wildlife in Canada

Having lived in the UK all my life, seeing a bear was top of my list of things to see in Canada – as it is for thousands of visitors. If you’re heading to Canada, or any country for that…

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Been to Banff National Park? Can you help with my research?

Have any of you lovely lot been to Banff National Park? If so, do you fancy helping me out with my research for my masters dissertation? I’m looking at how visitors to Banff National Park are educated about responsible behaviour…

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A quick guide to hiking Johnston Canyon & the Inkpots (you really should go to the Inkpots)

By far, the hardest hike of our Canadian adventure was from Upper Johnston Canyon to the Inkpots. It was a punishingly steep hike, but the beauty of the inkpots and the alpine meadow they’re in more than made up for…

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The stories behind my Instagram Top 9 2017

I don’t know about you but I love finding out about the stories behind people’s Instagram Top 9; I kinda feel like they’re nice, heartwarming, fuzzy, reads. So, I bring you the stories behind my Instagram top 9.  It’s also interesting…

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2017 in travel & my 2018 travel plans

Ok, I know everyone is doing these posts right now and I’m jumping right on that bandwagon because I love reading about where people have been and their plans for the year ahead.   I seriously love organising trips; it…

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Hiking the Consolation Lakes trail, Moraine Lake

Sure, you’ve heard of Moraine Lake; have you heard of Consolation Lakes which is just 3km away?  Ok, Moraine Lake is pretty damn hard to beat but the 6km return hike to and from Consolation Lakes is beautiful, pretty easy (we…

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One day in Victoria, BC – exploring British Columbia’s capital city

I’m trying to avoid the cliche that it’s hard to just spend one day in Victoria, but it’s true. The beautiful, British-inspired capital of British Columbia could easily steal a few days of your time as you stroll the streets, marvel…

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