Your bag is packed, and you jump in the car, ready for a road trip. But your destination? Well, that’s a secret! With Guess Where Trips, you can take a surprise day trip in Ontario and discover new destinations you may not have known about before. Would you do it? Would you toss aside planning and let someone else guide you?
Camping is such a quintessential Canadian summer activity. But if you’ve never been camping before but want to give it a go, then this beginner’s guide to camping is for you. In this guide, you’ll find a list of car camping essentials, how to set up your campsite, camping recipes, camping etiquette and more.
There’s nothing better than kicking back, with your tent set up, campfire going and the stars up above you. Sometimes, though, it’s not always possible to get outside and live the good life. Reading, for me, is a form of escapism, and when life gets tough or stressful, all I want to do is pick up a book and escape to a new world, especially when it’s one of the best nature books.
Whether you’re taking a long vacation or going on a weekend getaway, the CHESTER Minima suitcase is the perfect travel companion. It’s lightweight, durable, surprisingly roomy and, best of all, stylish. This CHESTER luggage review you’ll find out just why it’s the best carry on luggage on the market.
Have you caught your co-workers gabbing non-stop about their last trip? Or maybe you have a friend who is counting down the days until her next vacation day? Or maybe you are the one who has a world map hanging up at work with all your travel photos? Those of us who work full-time may not get to spend six months in Bali, but we are killing it at work, proud of it, and still love to travel. This gift guide for the travel-obsessed Girlboss is geared to help you figure out the perfect present for those who work full time and are dreaming of far off places.
My trip to Iceland took me to some incredible places, like diving at Silfra, picking up glaciers, through stunning landscapes. One of the best memories I will keep from this trip is horseback riding in Iceland.
We stood as a group silently on the beach, which was black as coal. The wind whipped my hair across my face. My horse – whose name roughly translates to Grey was ready to let loose. And staring at the open landscape around me, I was too.