Tamar N

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Statistics

  • Respected Member
  • Member since Nov 16, 2003
  • 8 trips
  • 6,219 kms travelled
  • 8 countries visited
  • 11 photos
  • 494 forum entries

About @travelover

40 years old • Female • Citizen of Canada • Electrical Engineer

  • Hobbies:

    Yoga, learning new languages, travelling, cooking, dancing

  • Favourite places:

    2009 Answer: The list has officially gotten longer.
    2005 Answer: London, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and of course Montreal.

You can do anything you put your mind to

Trips

Cuba May 2004

30 Apr 2004 • 114 kms

Cuba

USA February 2004

31 Jan 2004 • 1,291 kms

USA

USA August 2001

31 Jul 2001 • 368 kms

USA

Travel Help

Canada

Montreal is my hometown and DEFINITE specialty. There's a lot to Montreal and I must say that I've experienced both the local and visitor attractions. I can also help anyone interested in Canada as I've seen a lot of it! I now live in Toronto (for the last 5 years) and did the whole tourist thing before I settled into the local scene. I also have some knowledge on small town Ontario (if anyone should be interested) as I spent the summer driving around small towns of Northern Ontario from the Manitoba border, along Lakes Superior and Huron up to the Quebec border.

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USA

I have visited many different corners of the US (almost entire eastern seaboard; road trip from Montreal to Louisiana with stops in Columbus and Nashville; spent a few days in LA and drove to Las Vegas).

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Armenia

I toured Armenia extensively in the summer of 2008, and am of Armenian descent.

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Costa Rica

Love this country! My knowledge is mostly based along the Pacific Coast.

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Ethiopia

I spent some time in Ethiopia in 2005. My family (although of Armenian ethnicity) is from Addis Ababa.

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