Bay of Fires

The Best Tasmania Itinerary (+ Tasmania Road Trip Map)

Tasmania is an island state in Australia known for its rugged landscape, sparse population and of course Tasmanian devils. Affectionately called “Tassie” by Australians, it is rugged and wild and easy to fall for.   Outdoor enthusiasts will love the awesome hiking opportunities and city lovers will appreciate the rich foodie and art culture. In this guide, we want to help …

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Cochin Chinese Fishing Nets

Things to Do in Fort Kochi – an Introduction to Kerala

Fort Kochi (or often called Cochin) is often visitor’s first stop when visiting the southern Indian state of Kerala.  While the Taj Mahal beckons in northern India, Kerala offers travelers a slower pace of life in the lush waterways, tea fields and beautiful beaches.  The Kerala Tourism Board has worked hard recently to attract tourists to the region and can …

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Visiting Palenque: Land of Ruins, Waterfalls and Jungle

Looking to visit a lesser-visited area of Mexico?  Do you loathe Mayan ruins overflowing with tourists?  Do you like chasing waterfalls and spotting colourful and exotic birds in the jungle?  Then you will love visiting Palenque in Chiapas state. After our Yucatan road trip, we were looking to get off the beaten path and we were able to do that …

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Canadian holidays with kids

14 Incredible Destinations for Families in Canada

Canada’s diverse landscapes, pristine wilderness, progressive cities and friendly residents make it a perfect destination for families.  Best of all, you can get wildly different experiences visiting in winter and summer. As a proud Canadian, I am excited to share with you 14 incredible destinations for families in Canada as recommended by some of the best family travel bloggers out there. …

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How to Visit the Taj Mahal with Kids

If you are planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip to India, chances are you will want to include the Taj Mahal on your itinerary.  It is described as the most beautiful building in the world and after seeing it in person, we all agree.  On our first trip to India we only visited Kerala and southern India, but on our most recent …

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