It’s important to travel your own country. To meet people who live and make a living differently. To discover how much you have in common.
I like to keep travel simple and the experience rich. Here are my go-to travel apps that save money and make travel easier.
You, solo traveler, are unique. You’re part of a community of adventurous people who travel alone. Here are solo travel products just for you.
I have toured the Cabot Trail three times. That’s how spectacular it is. It keeps drawing me back. Here are my top tips for the Cabot Trail.
Credit card points are an important part of my financial picture for travel. Here’s a new app for Canadians that helps monitor and manage points better.
Traveling solo is a wonderful experience but you, alone, are responsible for your safety. Here are 15 solo travel safety mistakes to avoid.
Planning to travel? Want to save on accommodation? Want to have someone care for your house while you’re gone? Here’s how to make house sitting work for you.
Solo travel is most definitely for boomers. A myriad of new experiences await. Here’s why, where and how to travel solo as a boomer.
Wondering where to stay in London? From luxury to mid-priced to budget accommodation here are recommended hotels, B&Bs and hostels for London.
Oh it can mount up. Coins and bills from other countries that you’ll never return to. What do you do with leftover currency? Here are 6 ways to manage it.
Small town festivals are great festivals. If you want to go to one of the very best head to northern New Brunswick for August 15 and the Tintamarre.
So you’re planning to travel alone. Here are the keys to great solo travel trip planning plus plenty of convenient resources.
Here’s what solo travelers should look for in travel insurance including the one benefit that’s most important for those of us who travel alone.
Why spend your money on the boring, tedious part of travel – the airport. Here are 6 ways to save at the airport so you have more to spend on real travel!
You don’t have to eat alone when you travel solo. Dinner can be a social and fun. Here are five ways solo travelers can meet and dine with others.
Follow this itinerary for the Acadian Coastal Route in New Brunswick for Acadian joie de vivre, beaches, delicious cuisine, festivals, a national park and more!
London and New York City are leading the way in single hotel rooms for solo travelers. They are designing hotel experiences worthy of those of us who travel alone.
Travel can affect one’s understanding of life and family and oneself. Here’s my story and suggestions for how you can travel and experience this too.
There are many ways to save travel money and there are an equal number of ways to make travel money mistakes. Here are the top 25 and how to avoid them.
On occasion I hear from people who are fearful of travel. Here’s why it’s important to continue and safety tips to quell your travel concerns.