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Travel Planning Resources

Travel tips, tools, apps and gear that will enhance your travel experience

  • 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 …
  • 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 …
  • 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 …
  • 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 …
  • 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 …
  • 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 …
  • 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 …