Ah summer vacation! It is time to start dreaming of the hot summer sun, new adventures and time away from schedules and commitments. Summer is right around the corner. Are you ready to start planning? We’ve rounded up 5 spots we think you should consider for this year’s summer vacation. Choose Culture! Spend Summer Vacation in Lisbon, Portugal I returned from this favourite corner of the globe recently and memories of my days spent exploring castles, city life and fine tastes still remain. Lisbon is one of my favourite cities in the world, and Portugal is a country you won’t soon forget. Make it a family vacation and head to the Algarve for beaches and surf after you take in the culture and sights of Lisbon. If you’re after a luxury family stay visit www.martinhal.com for special offers. Plan your trip. Tip: Check out Portugal’s Pousadas – a chain of historic hotels. You can stay in converted castles and monasteries. It is truly a unique experience. Learn more. Choose the Wild Coast! Spend Summer Vacation on Fogo Island, Newfoundland and Labrador Fogo Island is another beautiful place to experience the hospitality of Newfoundland – Fogo Island is the largest offshore…Read more
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Family vacations have left the shore with cruise lines creating memorable family friendly experiences, complete with the amenities that make family travel not just comfortable but convenient and easy. Here are three of the top cruise ships that cater to families with children.Read more
We spoke to Caroline about her experience in Guyana, the lessons she’s learned and the advice she has for others looking to participate in similar trips abroad. She shared these five tipsRead more
More than just the heart of Canada’s prairies, Saskatoon is an often overlooked cultural gem that can provide an unforgettable vacation. Here’s why it should be on your bucket list.Read more
If there had been odds placed on where Regina, Saskatchewan- born Dan Kwasnicki would end up at age 28, Laos would’ve been at about a billion:1.
The fact that he’d be there after spending four years in Korea? Even less likely.
And yet, that’s exactly what has happened.