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  • Gay Pride In Toronto + The 10 Best Things to Do in Toronto
    Is Toronto worth visiting? Can-a-duhhhhh! Take a leaf out of our books (make sure it’s maple!) and head onto the Hollywood of the North. Known for its unique architecture (hello, the CN Tower looks like a space tree), diverse population, ice hockey, and scenic parks, it can be tricky trying to put together a to-do …
  • Things To Do In Catania, Italy: 14 Attractions & Sicily Guide
    After enjoying a three-day Malta itinerary in absolute sunny bliss, I arrived in Catania in torrential rain. I had just walked into my hotel when it started too. Whew! The weather cleared up, and all was right in the world again. The Catania, Sicily weather was beautiful, and I couldn’t wait to explore all the …
  • Romantic Weekend Getaways Ontario: Couples Trip Guide
    I’ll be honest. I’m not the most romantic person around. Cheesy at times but I don’t know much about being romantic. However, as a local, what I do know well is Ontario, the province I live in and when it comes to the best romantic weekend getaways Ontario, has to offer – I know where …
  • 16 Awesome Game of Thrones Northern Ireland Filming Locations
    Have you ever wondered where Game of Thrones was filmed? As a massive Game of Thrones fan, mesmerized by the gorgeous scenery, I made a point of spending a few days in Belfast after a fun 2 Days In Dublin, Ireland. I knew that there was a lot of Game of Thrones Northern Ireland locations …
  • Best Things To Do In Belfast Northern Ireland | Complete Weekend Travel Guide
    Located in Northern Ireland, Belfast is currently a booming tourist destination. So we’ve taken the time to develop the best things to do in Belfast Ireland, more accurately, Northern Ireland. Most would agree that this is a welcomed development. Previously, the entire country was plagued with violence and conflicts within its borders – known as …
  • Things To Do In Casablanca In 48 Hours | 2 Days of Bliss
    A whole new country, a whole new continent, a whole new vibe. With the thought of Africa, Morocco, Casablanca, and Marrakech, I was very excited to step outside of Europe even if only for a week or so. If you’re also lucky enough to be visiting Marrakech, you can check out this comprehensive guide on …
  • Best Things To Do In Marrakech: The Ultimate 24-Hour Tour Guide
    Marrakech offers bright colours, loud music, the taste of exotic food, the smell of herbs and spices, and the softness of silk and leather goods. Among the most wonderful and sophisticated places across the globe, a 24-hour – things to do in Marrakech tour, is a perfect way to highlight the rich culture. A place …
  • Top Things To Do In Valletta Malta: 2 Day Malta Itinerary
    I had a friend from elementary school who was from Malta but other than that I never really thought anything of it. Then the Mother of Dragons flew onto HBO and caught my attention.  Ever since the first season of Game of Thrones, I’ve been putting together a list of the top things to do in Valletta Malta and …
  • The Ultimate Game Of Thrones Malta Locations Itinerary
    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several years, Game Of Thrones is one of the biggest shows on TV right now. I have never watched a TV show that was so epic; crazy battles, deep, well-developed characters, exotic locations fantastic scripts, the list goes on. I understand that not everyone is …
  • Travel Hacking In Canada | Save On More Credit Card Rewards
    Ever wonder if you are doing everything you can to get the credit card rewards you need to book a flight or pay for a stay in a hotel? Chances are, you’re probably not. Above being financially savvy and preparing by saving for your travels, credit card hacks can be a fun way to maximize your …
  • Magical Cliffs Of Moher Day Trip From Dublin, Ireland
    I’ve been waiting for this trip for a very long time !!The magical Cliffs of Moher day trip from Dublin is located on the west coast of Ireland, along the Wild Atlantic Way, are the iconic Cliffs of Moher. You may recognize the Cliffs of Moher from such films as The Princess Bride (1987) (as the filming …
  • 2 Days In Dublin, Ireland: A Guinness Fuelled Dublin Itinerary
    Spending at least 2 days in Dublin, Ireland, has been on my travel list ever since I’ve visited St. John’s & Fogo Island in Newfoundland & Labrador. In the 1800s, thousands of Irish immigrants came to these shores seeking a new life, and their culture and traditions have been carried down through the centuries. During my time in this …
  • London Hiking: The Best Day Trips From London For A Hike
    As much as you may love London, the need to strap on your hiking shoes and go for a short jaunt will arise at some time or the other. So if you are looking to do some London hiking or a gorgeous country walk and have no idea where to head to, then don’t miss out …
  • 2 Days In Zurich: The Ultimate Zurich Itinerary
    Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland, and its the country’s financial capital, often associated with luxury and opulence. However, as I’ve been living here for over 15 years, I’ve come to love the perfect combination of history, modernity, and the Swiss Alps’ distinct beauty right on my doorstep. Thus, creating the ideal Zurich Itinerary …
  • The Best Everyday Backpack for Travelling & Daily Use
    As my love affair with backpacks continues, you may have remembered my last post about the best carry-on backpack… I have more camera bags than Kim Kardashian has Birkin bags. Jeez, it can be so hard to find that perfect backpack that checks all your boxes. I have had my fair share of ordeals trying …
  • Atlas Amulet Recycled Sterling Silver Necklace For Travellers (Review)
    Twenty-twenty has been a pretty rough year. Scary, challenging & unpredictable. For us, in the travel space, it’s been particularly tough with international travel for pleasure temporarily grounded. Like I giant resent button, I’ve learned a lot about the value of family, friends, and finance, but I also learned about the importance of nature and …
  • 12 Things to Do in St. John’s Newfoundland in 48 Hours
    It wasn’t until I travelled to Ireland that I realize why I loved Newfoundland so much. Amongst the many things to do in St. John’s Newfoundland, the island also has deep Irish roots and shares many customs, linguistics, love of music, etc. but for me, it was the people. It’s that warm, happy, always smiling friendliness. …
  • 36 Hours On Fogo Island Newfoundland & Labrador
    Fogo Island Newfoundland & Labrador. I’m not even sure how I ended up here. Oh, wait I remember. My brother wanted to stay in the Fogo Island Inn.Yes, that Fogo Island Inn!Breath-taking. Elusive, Remote. Exclusive.  It’s the sound of the North Atlantic Ocean gently strumming at the shore a few feet from a large window …
  • 3 Days in Quebec City: The Perfect Weekend Getaway Itinerary
    I cannot believe the stars finally lined up for a Quebec City weekend getaway. I’ve been to Montreal twice and was always impressed with its old town. Friends, family and fellow travel bloggers who have been to QC have told me that when it comes to narrow cobblestone streets, you haven’t seen anything until you …
  • Toronto Itinerary: How to Spend a Weekend in Toronto
    After so many years of travelling, I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to put together a 48 hour Toronto itinerary. It’s where I was born, and it’s where I live, work and play, you’d think it would be easy to put together a list of where to go in Toronto, right? Well, it …
  • How to Spend 2 Days in Montreal No Matter the Weather: A Montreal Itinerary
    The last time I visited Montreal was a whopping 10 years ago. Sheesh, that’s bad (and worse when said out loud).  I’m from Toronto, but I don’t subscribe to the whole Toronto Maple Leafs vs Montreal Canadians hockey rivalry. I cannot deny that a Montreal itinerary will have tons of history. It will be a …
  • Things To Do In Bratislava In 1 Day
    This year I earned an extra week of vacation!!! So what better to do than to spend it on travelling.  Seriously. Did you think I was going to sit back and relax? Read a book, perhaps? Netflix & Chill? Wait, I think I’m using that term wrong. Anyways, since Gordana heads to Croatia twice a …
  • Best Carry On Backpack Review – Standard Luggage (Travel Bags & Packing Cubes)
    As a travel videographer, editor and photographer when it comes to camera gear, I hold this truth to be self-evident: I have more camera bags than Kim Kardashian has Birkin bags. That said, my camera bag fetish goes far beyond just camera bags. I’m into backpacks, sling bags, laptop bags, briefcases, shoulder bags, suitcases, carry-on …
  • The Complete 2 Days In Vienna Itinerary
     Vienna was the city I was in when I first learned of my dear friend’s passing. My 2 Days in Vienna itinerary, began with a  text message from a friend of mine around midnight (Vienna time) asking me what time I would be attending the viewing of a friend of ours. Unfortunately, she didn’t know …
  • Where To Stay In Quebec City – Hotel Le Germain Quebec (Review)
    We were on our way into the evening as my private car pulled up to what will be my humble abode for the next few days – a long weekend in a city that I waited way too long to visit. While checking in, I had this distinct feeling that I just wandered into someone’s …
  • AirWander – What Is A Stopover… Redefined
    When I first decided to start sharing my travel stories through this blog, I realized that in order to stand out from the other travel bloggers, I needed to niche down to a specific travel style. Determined, I kicked up a massive dust storm rifling through my travel videos, pictures and past travel itineraries searching …
  • How to Spend an Awesome Weekend in Syracuse Sicily
    When I spent a weekend in Syracuse, Sicily, it was purely fueled by The Godfather (you know, other than the fact that I was already in Malta). At the beginning of one of my YouTube videos about Syracuse, a girl is playing the Godfather theme on the accordion; one commenter even said: “For a country …
  • The Greatest Things To Do in Copenhagen Itinerary (2 Days, Viking Approved)
    People won’t stop smiling at me, trains drive themselves, plus it’s the birthplace of The Little Mermaid and LEGO. I had a lot of fun putting together this ‘Things To Do in Copenhagen Itinerary’ – danishes taste better in Denmark (So does Carlsberg and Tuborg). Oh, and speaking of Danish pastries, my Canadian and possibly …
  • Things To See In Oslo In 2 Days (Viking Approved)
    When translated into English, Oslo means expensive. I kid, I kid, but seriously Oslo is expensive. On the night we arrived, we wanted a place to sit and review our big “Things To See In Oslo, Norway” list. We stumbled across this cute little pizzeria beside Oslo Cathedral called Cafe Cathedral.One pizza, one beer and a shot …
  • The Best 3 Days In Stockholm Itinerary (Viking Approved)
    Now, before I start this, 3 days in Stockholm itinerary I need to confess something – and it is going to sound very ignorant of me, so for that, I apologize.  I’ve only ever associated visiting Stockholm and Sweden in general with IKEA and Swedish Meatballs. Yeah, I know. And just so I can complete the process …
  • Beautiful Places To See In Belgrade In 2 Days
    Belgrade. I have a long and beautiful relationship with this city, that as of this post, spans 10 years. Yes, you heard me correctly, which makes Belgrade the city I’ve visited the most outside of Toronto, the city I was born in. So when it comes to places to see in Belgrade or things to …
  • One Day In Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    I’ve had a picture of the Old Bridge on the storage unit above the desk in my office for as long as I can remember – well at least since 2013. That year, one of the places I visited was Turkey and for that leg of the trip, I flew with Turkish Air which as …
  • A Spectacular 2 Days In Sarajevo
    Something here is very different. I’m not sure if it’s the bullet holes I saw in the buildings on the way from the airport to the city center but I feel unsettled.Suddenly, those bullet holes come to life, new ones being made, smoke emanating from them and mothers running with their children trying to seek …
  • Day Trip From Ljubljana To Postojna, Cave
    One of Gordana’s good friends told me that if I’m going to visit Slovenia, I have to take a day trip from Ljubljana to Postojna – more specifically Postojna Caves. Typically speaking I’m a huge fan of caves particularly on hot humid days, that natural air-conditioning is always welcome. Believe it or not, I actually …
  • Bled Slovenia, Things To Do On A Day Trip
    As the clouds roll over the mountains they draw your attention to this lonely church sitting on this lonely island in the middle of a vast lake. It’s beautiful. It’s magical. And I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s the type of place you would only see in your dreams and the only way to …
  • Experiencing Slovenian Cuisine Through The BiteMojo App
    Last year, I arrived in Ljubljana from Zagreb late in the afternoon excited to meet two amazing food & travel bloggers Daryl and Mindi Hirsch from the 2 Food Trippers for a bite to eat. If they’re circling around Ljubljana restaurants then you know what that means… I never claimed to be a foodie. I …
  • How To Pronounce Ljubljana – 2 Days In The Capital City Of Slovenia
    Honestly, it was like a scene from The Amazing Race. The train heading to Ljubljana – the train we need to be on is departing at 12:36. We, on the other hand, are about 13 minutes out, on a bus coming from a town called Velika Gorica in Croatia. Since we are on a bus …
  • A Fantastic 48 Hour Zagreb Itinerary
    I have a very special connection with Croatia – well Zagreb more specifically. Yes, the girlfriend (you know as Gordana, and at times Goga) is half Croatia and half Serbian so at the core of my connection with ex-Yugoslavia and the Balkans is, without a doubt, centred around her. But if I wanted to get …
  • Prana: Sustainable & Affordable Fair Trade Clothing For World Travellers
    I never positioned myself as a person who was overly concerned about sustainability.  I know that sounds bad – but at its core, I understand what sustainable means from a work perspective. Since my full-time gig evolves working with teachers and parents of children with special needs, sustainable for me means; creating goals for a …
  • Gpsmycity: Lose Yourself Without Getting Lost
    Please tell me you’re not one of the many people I see standing on the corner holding a big map; looking up, looking down, looking left, looking down, looking right, looking down…again etc. Oh and I sincerely hope you are not the one who has been sitting at a coffee shop, a block away from your …
  • A Day Of Chasing Waterfalls Along The Watkins Glen State Park Trails
    For the past few years, I’ve been telling people that I’m not a huge fan of hiking.Why was that? What was it about hiking that I actually don’t like?I love nature.I love being one with nature.I love the sounds of birds singing and leaves rustling in the wind.I love the smell of new grass and …
  • Seneca Lake Wine Tours
    Up until this point, I’ve only ever been on one other wine tour – the Wayne Gretzky Estates in the Niagara-on-the-lake region – and even then, I only tasted the whiskey… Hmmm, probably not the best way to start a post about wine, but it’s the truth. So, that being said you’re probably wondering why …
  • Roam Mobility: An American SIM Card for Canadian Phones
    For some people, flying on an airplane scares them while for others it’s the thought of planning a trip that stresses them out. What gets me nervous is knowing that when I return home, there is going to be a bill from my local phone provider with a long list of extremely high data roaming …
  • 48 Hour New York Itinerary (Brooklyn)
    I promised myself that every time I come back, looking for things to do in NYC, I’ll include exploring a different borough. I, like most visitors who are looking for things to do in NYC, tend to create a New York itinerary solely for Manhattan. I get it. It’s where all the well-known tourist attractions …
  • What To Do In Rome In 2 Days
    Ah good old Italy, the place of classic cuisine, ancient history, and fine clothing. The place where using an “indoor voice” means…well who are we kidding? It means absolutely nothing and as soon as I checked into my Airbnb all I could hear was parents yelling at children, children yelling at children, children yelling at …
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