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My home continent. I have been to most Canadian provinces and over a dozen states.

The Ultimate Two Week Newfoundland Road Trip

If you’ve got a Canada bucket list, I bet road tripping through Newfoundland is on it. If not, what are you doing? If chasing icebergs, making friends with whales and puffins, hiking inland fjords, and eating the freshest seafood, spotting sea stacks and stunning coastal landscapes, and partying on the street with the most pubs per mile in Canada is your kind of vacation, then you need to road trip through Canada’s easternmost province.

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101 Things to Do in PEI

101 Things to Do in Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island…the land of red dirt, potatoes, and of course, Anne of Green Gables. Canada’s smallest province may be small in size but not in fun. I want to help you get a little red dirt between your toes this summer, so I’ve pulled together this fun (and completely unordered) list of things to do in PEI. What will you start with?

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101 Things to Do in Nova Scotia

101 Things to Do in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a unique place where Celtic, Acadian, and Indigenous cultures live side by side. Where music is a way of life and you’re never more than 67km from the ocean. To help kickstart your exploration of Canada’s ocean playground, I put together a little list of some of the best things to do in Nova Scotia. Where will you start? 

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Guide to Twillingate

Newfoundland Road Trips: Guide to Twillingate

If you only have limited time in Newfoundland but still want to experience as much as you can, then head to Twillingate. The communities spread out over the New World Islands are like Newfoundland condensed. They have breathtaking coastal landscapes, icebergs, whales, fishing, theatre, hiking, good food, and even a new craft brewery. Really, what more could you want?

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Brooklyn, New York

Should You Stay in Brooklyn?

A lot of first time visitors to New York like to stay near Times Square, but I have a different favourite for my visits now: Brooklyn. When you hear the name, what do you think? Hip? Gritty? Trendy? Creative? Brooklyn is all of that and more and makes a great base for any visit to New York.

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When to Visit Newfoundland

When Is The Best Time to Visit Newfoundland?

Whenever I meet someone who has never been to my fair province, first I encourage them to come see us and second, I tell them that I think there’s one time of year that’s better than others to visit Newfoundland for the first time. And that time, my friends, is upon us right now. While there are cool things to do here at any time of the year my own favourite is from early-July to mid-August, when it feels like the province is full of colour and the people most lively. The temperatures finally warm up and we all come out of hibernation. The streets are full of people, the whales come out to play, and every weekend there’s a festival on the go somewhere.

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