Halifax is a lively coastal city in the Atlantic province of Nova Scotia. From its delicious eats, historic buildings and magnificent waterfront, there is much to do in Halifax.
In Montreal, the largest city in Quebec, the more eccentric, the better. Montreal thrives on its fresh creative scene, and it’s easy to see why people come here from all over the world.
The city sits on an island surrounded by the St. Lawrence and is still an economic centre in Canada.
Toronto never seemed to me like a place to travel to, until I started travelling to other countries. People from all over the world want to know what to do and see within Canada’s biggest (but not capital!) city. I can see the attraction of the city: it’s large, there are lots of things to do, it’s by Lake Ontario, it’s multicultural.
This week’s Wandering Postcard comes from Joel who snapped this picture of Algonquin Park in Ontario, Canada.
Algonquin is one of the most popular parks in the province and known for its magnificent fall colours, its plethora of lakes, and it’s beauty that inspired the Group of Seven painters.
The provincial park is also one of the oldest in Canada.
Thanks so much to Joel for sending this in!
I’m starting a global movement to connect with travellers all over the world. My dream is to see the world, but together we already have.
I’ve launched My Wandering Postcard, a global virtual postcard project to connect people from all over the world through photographs.
I would love for you to participate.
Send your travel-related photo with your name and location, and I’ll post it here. Let’s collect as many cities and towns around the world and see where these postcards take us.
Connect with me and explore the world.
I know that winter camping sounds like an oxymoron, but it can be done! Especially in the comfort of a yurt.
First of all winter camping offers an entirely different experience than summer camping. It is quieter around the parks as everyone except you is off hibernating. Even better there are no bugs, so no complaints here.