Category: Travel

  • The Curious Case Of The Sweater Dress

    The Curious Case Of The Sweater Dress

    I’m a big fan of getting together with friends. Whether it’s around the kitchen table or squeezed into a booth at our favourite restaurant, nothing compares to the great conversations and laughs we share when we’re with our favourite people. As a nightlife lover I often socialize in restaurants and bars but every now and…

  • Wrapped In Mud At A Nordic Spa

    Wrapped In Mud At A Nordic Spa

    I’m a fan of vacations, both big and small. Getting away from it all doesn’t have to mean getting to the airport, getting on a plane and getting out of Dodge. Escaping everyday stress can be a simple and taking a day to head to a spa where you can be pampered from head to…

  • Estérel Resort

    Estérel Resort

    Long weekends are perfect for little getaways. A mini vacation is just what we need as we begin to settle into the long hot days and wonderfully busy nights of the summer season. Montreal is an hour away from the Laurentian Mountains and there’s more than enough up north to keep us occupied for a…

  • Bromont


    As much as I love the feeling of lifting off the tarmac at Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport and having an aircraft whisk me away to a vacation far, far away it’s not always that feasible or affordable. Sometimes a weekend vacation with a few friends can be just the vacation you need. Hopping in your…

  • Northern New Brunswick

    Northern New Brunswick

    Atlantic Canadians are some of the nicest, most creative and entirely inviting people you’ll find across the country. This holds true for the people that call the region of Northern New Brunswick home. A group of very lucky bloggers gathered last week to experience a taste of Northern New Brunswick as we were introduced to…

  • Estrimont Suites & Spa

    Estrimont Suites & Spa

    While many of us perpetually dream of bottomless Pina-coladas on endless sandy beaches, others are strapping on their snowshoes, snapping into ski boots and lacing up for laps around the ice. With its vast forests, pristine lakes and perfectly cold temperatures, Quebec is a great place to spend the winter months. Mini winter escapes for…

  • An Ardbeg Ardventure

    An Ardbeg Ardventure

    When I accepted the invitation from Ardbeg Whiskey to travel to Lac Sacacomie in the Mauricie region of Quebec, I couldn’t have imagined the impact it would have on me. I’ve done press trips before but nothing could have prepared me for what I saw, what I felt and what I learned over two days…

  • The Great Escape

    The Great Escape

    Late in November we travelled to Mont-Tremblant, a sprawling ski town that sits cozily in the Laurentian mountain range of Quebec. The destination is popular with visitors of all sorts including tourists, celebrities and sports enthusiasts alike coming from all over the world to experience some of the best ski (and après-ski) conditions in North…

  • 72 Hours in Toronto

    72 Hours in Toronto

    A weekend in Toronto can vary depending on what you like to do. Being Canada’s largest metropolis, there’s no end to the ways you can burn up three days. Whether its sports and fashion or museums and culture, Toronto a great place to escape for 72 hours. Toronto is a sprawling behemoth, a labyrinth so densely…

  • 72 Hours in St. John’s

    72 Hours in St. John’s

    When all you have is 72 hours in a city, you best make the most of it. Knowing where to go and what to do can help maximize your precious time. In the first edition of our 72 Hours series, we head out to the most easterly province in Canada to soak up all we…

  • Living Like A Local

    Living Like A Local

    If you’re like me, a fan of both visiting France and cooking French food, then you’re going to love The Farm to Table French Phrasebook. It has everything you need to vivre a la française while visiting France or cooking up a storm from the comfort of your own kitchen. Filled with everything from handy…



    Green Embassy is Australia’s first internationally recognized organically certified fashion label and Canada got its first taste of the line during this year’s Vancouver Fashion Week. Running this year from the 18th to the 24th of March, the week has been drawing crowds of celebrities, fashionistas and media from across the country and around the…

  • Shaken and Stirred in Vancouver

    Shaken and Stirred in Vancouver

    Bitters make nights better!

  • Eaton Chelsea

    Eaton Chelsea

    Toronto is host to a staggering number of wonderful things to do and see, places to eat and drink and of course, places to stay. Out of all the major hotels, only one can claim to be the largest in Canada and that’s the Eaton Chelsea, an impressively welcoming hotel in downtown Toronto. Recently rebranded…

  • Soho Metropolitan

    Soho Metropolitan

    Staying in Style in Toronto

  • Into the Fog

    Into the Fog

    Tattoos, boat tours and getting kicked off George Street.

  • My City Of Lights

    My City Of Lights

    Many people who visit Paris go to see the sites that are recommended in travel books and guided tours, but that’s not the Paris I wanted.

  • Raymonds


    Located in a beautifully restored building on Water Street’s quieter east end, Raymonds has been making waves since it opened.

  • Go West, Young Man

    Go West, Young Man

    A couple of weeks ago, I traveled to the west coast for business (you won’t read about business here, promise).

  • Paris Was Ours

    When you think Paris, you think the most romantic city in the world, or the Eiffel tower, or romantic walks along the seine.  For me, Paris is all that and lots more.  I love Paris and so do at least 32 other people.  I recently started reading “Paris Was Ours” by Penelope Rowland.  The book…