The Scaredy-Cat Who Climbed Quebec’s Highest Waterfall

By |February 27th, 2016

This story is about the conclusion of our trip across Canada and how I ended up spontaneously rock climbing Quebec’s highest waterfall, despite suffering from a fear of heights.

After a fun stay in Montreal, we took the bus to our final destination on our Canadian adventure: the historic walled city of Quebec.

The sun was shining and […]

How to Experience Montreal Like A Local

By |March 31st, 2015

It’s great to explore a place by yourself, but there’s nothing like having an insider’s perspective of where to go and what to do. When Steeve and I arrived in Montreal – in the French-speaking province of Quebec in Canada – we were lucky to enough to be shown around by Steeve’s relatives Gérard and Lydie, […]

How to Spend the Perfect Day in Ottawa: Canada’s Underrated Capital

By |December 13th, 2014

Ottawa is well positioned as capital city of the bilingual and bi-cultural Canada, as it sits on the border of two major provinces […]

5 Ways to Get Wet and Stay Dry at Niagara Falls

By |November 1st, 2014

Niagara Falls is on many people’s bucket list of things to see before they die. However this popularity means countless tour operators and agencies are offering trips to and around these famous falls. It’s clearly big business, but makes it hard to work out which are rip-offs and which are essential. So, how to […]

Does Size Matter? A Towering Question

By |October 24th, 2014

Everybody knows that bigger is better. Or is it what you do with it that counts? Here is your essential guide to navigating some of Canada’s tallest erections: its sky high towers. […]