Location, location, location. It’s all about location for me when I’m choosing a hotel. Of course, plenty of other details matter but the location is at the top of the list. There are 2 Winnipeg hotels that are in the perfect location for me.
Perogies, Donuts, and Beers that will have you coming back for more. The “Peg” as it is commonly referred to is smack dab in the middle of Canada and its food influences come from around the world. It could quite possibly be the perogie capital of Canada.
Sometimes you just want to escape the World, and by World I mean people. Two hours west of Whitehorse on the doorstep of Kluane National Park and a nine-minute drive from Haines Junction is Mount Logan Lodge. Your escape to wildness.
If you haven’t guessed already I have fallen in love with the Yukon. The people are friendly, adventures are epic and the culinary scene is on point. Just because snow is on the ground for five months of the year doesn’t mean that Whitehorse restaurants ignore culinary trends.
Have you dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights? How about from the comfort of your bed? Check out the newly completed Aurora Glass Chalets at the Northern Lights Resort and Spa in Whitehorse, Yukon.
The Yukon offers rich and varied wilderness adventures and now it also offers unique and authentic Indigenous experiences all within a short drive from Whitehorse. Here are 3 that I fell in love with.
There are no small adventures in the Yukon
Hello Yukon, I’m back and I couldn’t be more excited. You may well remember my first visit to the Yukon was in the summer of 2017. To this day it is ranked as one of my top three travel experiences.