Just about every visitor to New Brunswick will spend some time in Fredericton, and they should, the city has a lot to offer. So I’ve put together my top recommendations of things to do while you’re in town to help you create that Fredericton bucket list.
New Brunswick is a perfect destination for solo female travelers looking for a mix of natural beauty, outdoor activities, and friendly locals. From the stunning Bay of Fundy, to the picturesque towns like St. Andrews and St. Martins, to the Acadian culture and seafood cuisine, New Brunswick offers a diverse array of experiences for the solo female traveler to explore and enjoy.
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Just about every visitor to New Brunswick will spend some time in Saint John, and they should, the city has a lot to offer. So I’ve put together my top recommendations of things to do while you’re in town to help you create that Saint John bucket list.
Just about every visitor to New Brunswick will spend some time in Moncton, and they should, the city has a lot to offer. So I’ve put together my top recommendations of things to do while you’re in town to help you create that Moncton bucket list.
What could make your Atlantic Canada staycation more memorable than staying somewhere truly unique? How would you like to sleep in a lighthouse? Or maybe in a boat? Maybe a tiny house is more your fancy? How about booking a night in a barn? You can do all of that in Atlantic Canada!
Oh New Brunswick, with your pristine nature, your celebration of culture, and your love of seafood. Where you can walk on the ocean’s floor, swim in Canada’s warmest salt water, and scale heights at North America’s first UNESCO Global Geopark. Whether you like to explore small towns or dive into an urban core, relax and pamper yourself at a spa or push your limits outdoors, there’s something for you in New Brunswick.
I sat at the kitchen table, staring at a small paper bag, filled with dried purple seaweed. This time I would try it. The briny smell of the ocean floor wafted from the bag. You could smell it from six feet away, easy. But it was time. No more excuses. At the age of 39, it was high time that I tried dulse for the first time.
Attending the 2017 East Coast Music Awards in Saint John, New Brunswick was full of new discoveries and also hit me with a healthy dose of nostalgia. Find out who made my top three discoveries list…
I try to get home to New Brunswick once or twice a year to visit my dad, best friend and family friends. I’ve been away for ten years now and one thing I always look forward to checking out on a trip home is the Saint John City Market. I plot out in advance what I’m going to eat. I set aside a little money for a piece of art or jewellery. It’s one of my favourite things in Saint John.
There’s nothing like a little nostalgia of the year gone by. I’ve always loved looking back at old photos and reliving the memories. It’s almost like you get to experience them all over again. I know I’ve already told you my top travel moments of 2013 but since I’m such a sucker for visuals I want to share some with you some photos that may not have made it to this site or Facebook.