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  • MontrealArrived in Montreal on a cool, wet Saturday (6/5) morning disembarking the ship about 9.45 am. We took a taxi to our AirBNB in the La Plateau area, dropped off our bags and went for a walk to check out Posted by John McReynolds in USA and Canada 2017 | May 8, 2017
  • Finally BanffJust 5 meandering days and we've reached Banff. Woke to trace of snow this a.m. but yesterday was brilliant. Best reasons to travel at this time of year: Little traffic! Fewer tourists/travellers! Little or no Posted by YellowTrailer in YellowTrailerCanada | May 7, 2017
  • ms Veendam Cruise (part 3)We awoke on Thursday 4/5 to a clear, sunny and relatively warm Quebec City. The view of this city from the ship on such a clear day is something special and definitely the best of this cruise. And walking Posted by John McReynolds in USA and Canada 2017 | May 5, 2017
  • T minus 1Tomorrow is the big day. After months of planning, our departure is looming. It will be an early wake up call for everyone. Our first flight is at 7 AM. It is going to be a Posted by jonaway in OPA! We are off to Greece. | May 5, 2017
  • Springtime in the RockiesWhat is it about freshly fallen snow that turns grown adults into giant kids? Or is it just me who goes a bit ga ga for the cold stuff? Well, the snow here in the Rockies surpassed my expectations, even Posted by netandmatt in Where on Earth are the Taylors? | May 4, 2017
  • Hello everyoneWell its been awhile, I kinda fell off the blog and never got back on. So I'm going to try better in the future. We leave for Italy on Saturday May 6th for 3 weeks and will try Posted by MRCL72 in We are going on another holiday | May 3, 2017
  • Sea to Sky Gondola - Squamish BCSquamish is about a 45 minute drive north of Vancouver BC. We parked at the Shannon Falls park and walked about 600 meters to reach the gondola basecamp. (Parking at the basecamp is restricted to 3 hours, but at Shannon Posted by Mo-natravels in Our 2017-2018 travels | May 2, 2017
  • Pioneers in the 60s?We visited Whistler BC and spent time walking around the village. At the end of April there was still lots of snow for skiing and snowboarding. Whistler is about an hours drive north of Vancouver B.C. The scenery is breathtaking Posted by Mo-natravels in Our 2017-2018 travels | May 2, 2017
  • Planning a Trip for Me & SerendipityTraveling, like any other Grand Project requires a lot of planning;... the longer the trip, the more planning that needs to be done. I've been at it for a couple of months (planning that is), and a trip of this Posted by tedvanrossum in Ted's Big Adventure | Sep 1, 2016
  • ms Veendam Cruise (part 2)Today we visited Prince Edward Island. Didn’t realize that PEI was a separate province of Canada, but it is. Its capital, Charlottetown is beautiful place full of lovely historic buildings and a nice harbour. [img= Posted by John McReynolds in USA and Canada 2017 | May 2, 2017
  • Road trip Vancouver to NelsonMatt and I love road trips. There's something truly exciting about hitting the road in search of new places and being the master (and mistress) of your own destiny. It's an accomplishment because you did it yourself. You decided to Posted by netandmatt in Where on Earth are the Taylors? | Apr 29, 2017
  • Helping Hands!Readying for our cross-Canada trip has been fun! We're appreciative of the Helping Hands (and advice) from our friends. Our SUV has been expertly prepped by Marte at TC Motors, Victoria. The decals and graphics on our Posted by YellowTrailer in YellowTrailerCanada | Apr 29, 2017
  • Two Weeks and CountingNow I am officially excited!!! Two weeks to go and I am off to Italy. Throw in my birthday and it is a fantastic way to start a new year. The group I am travelling with and our intrepid co leads Posted by Janice Tait in Italy by Heart | Apr 28, 2017
  • Celebrating a milestoneShortly after turning seventeen my father decided I was meant for a banking career. It didn't take me long to agree(there was no choice)and on April 23, 1947 the die was cast. But before entering the branch as Posted by douglasw in Around the World | Apr 27, 2017
  • Leaving MississaugaI am leaving Mississauga to go to Jamaica. I have packed my bags and purchased my tickets . This world trip is will hopefully teach me a lot about Culture and its people. I will visit every continent and Posted by Dontae in Travel and tourism | Apr 24, 2017
  • Quebec I always wanted to take a trip around the world and now I have the opportunity to do so. Through out my journey ill be visiting 3 regions: North America, Europe, and Asia. The first place ill be visiting is Posted by AlliannaAllen in My Dream Trip aound The World | Apr 24, 2017
  • Cookies!Thanks to the Island Illustrators and friends who munched Maple Cookies beside the Yellow Trailer at Mile Zero this afternoon. Larry, Kathy and the Yellow Trailer thank you! Posted by YellowTrailer in YellowTrailerCanada | Apr 23, 2017
  • Mile Zero Maple Cookie FestWith one week to go before its Big Canada Trip, our Yellow Trailer will be parked near Mile Zero in Victoria, BC today at 1 pm welcoming Island Illustrators and friends to celebrate Canada's 150th with a Maple Cookie. Posted by YellowTrailer in YellowTrailerCanada | Apr 23, 2017
  • Day 1. On our wayAlex and I were up at 4am to catch the 5:30 train from Windsor to Toronto. Jen and Loe got up to take us there and see us on our way. Mixed feelings I must say. Happy, nervous and very Posted by RoyAdventures in Peru | Apr 22, 2017
  • Visiting VancouverWith an 8pm departure from Auckland, Lewis enjoyed telling anyone who'd listen that he'd be staying up reeeeally late. We figured he might sleep heavier if he was overtired, so we let him stay up watching that seat-back tv until Posted by netandmatt in Where on Earth are the Taylors? | Apr 20, 2017
  • Blog #7 by Sohrab AyanCan't believe it!! It's already been 7 months now since I'm here in Nova Scotia, time passes so fast...but I still got 3 more months to go and I can't wait to see what's coming next. What can I says so far Right Posted by NSISPFC in NSISPFC | Apr 15, 2017
  • Apprentice Carpenter quit job to become a ski instructor.Hi all, Anyone ever wanted to know how to travel the world as a ski instructor and get paid to work in the most amazing environment full of powder, great tips and great people? This is my story so far. Back home Posted by travelwithalex in my last 6 months in canada | Apr 13, 2017
  • My adventure!Hi all, I am a ski instructor who loves to travel. Born in Tasmania and having to hike most parts of my beautiful state, I thought it was time to explore the world and start my own adventure else where. I Posted by travelwithalex in my last 6 months in canada | Apr 12, 2017
  • Empty YVRThe trip so far has been incredibly quiet and uneventful. Ferry was easy, bus ride was easy, though I'm quite back-heavy with my pack and still need time to get used to it. Skytrain was Posted by kvandervegan in Veggie Pack | Apr 10, 2017
  • 01-Leaving OttawaIt's early morning and its dark out. I had to get up at 3am for a 6:30am flight. (beurk!) It snowed overnight. You can see the now on the ground at the airport. [img=http://photos.trav Posted by charmed.one005 in Wilmington, North Carolina | Apr 10, 2017
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