My book “Wwoofing Eh?” will soon be published on Amazon. It’s a story that happened 10 years ago and this is what it’s about… “Wwoofing Eh?” was the reaction I received from most Canadians while I was over there for four months. From everyone else – before and after the trip – I received confused … More Wwoofing Eh?
It’s been a busy morning writing, the sun is shining outside and I’m warm and cosy indoors. Somehow this feeling has given me the urge to get back in a canoe and relive this photo I took on Slocan lake in British Columbia, Canada. It was a sunny, warm and peaceful morning in the spring … More That Sudden Urge #FridayFeeling
Slocan Lake is in the beautiful area of Slocan, British Columbia. Canada has countless areas of natural beauty and this was one of them that I got to appreciate on a warm and sunny spring day. I was wwoofing in a community for a couple of weeks and on one of my days off I … More Slocan Lake – My #TravelTuesday Photo
Ottawa was made the capital of Canada by Queen Victoria on December 31st 1857. Ottawa was one of the main choices for the capital in the nineteenth century, as it was the only settlement of significant size located between the settlements of the French and the settlements of the English. However, the cities of Toronto … More Ottawa – the Canadian Capital
It was a cold, dull day. The town of Niagara Falls looked nothing like I expected. It appeared to be like any other small Canadian city, except more run down and desolate. It took quite a bit of time to find the hostel I was staying at. I was told to keep my eyes peeled for … More Niagara Falls…living in a ghost town
I travelled the huge country of Canada from east to west, but in my opinion Victoria stands out as the best city I visited. It has everything in a city that I love. There’s the harbour that dominates the most beautiful part of the city. It has spectacular views that lead out to the sea, … More The Britishness of Canada – Victoria
Victoria Victoria is my favourite city in Canada. It has everything in a city that I love. There’s the harbour that has spectacular views that lead out to the sea, as well as museums, cafes, restaurants and an awesome book store! The city has a very English feel to it. The Empress hotel felt very … More Canada’s diverse cities