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Switzerland and Canada

Switzerland and Canada – similar and yet so different

Majestic mountains, glacier-fed lakes, rushing rivers, and the four seasons we all love; Canada and Switzerland have many similarities, and yet they are so different. Switzerland and Canada are often compared in terms of “quality of living”. During my recent trip to Switzerland, I focused on catching some differences between the two countries. Despite my Swiss origin,  I seem to […]

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How To Travel Stress-Free With Air Canada

I love to go places but always dread the long flights taking me there. My frequent trips to Europe often take me via London Heathrow or Toronto Pearson International airports, involving stressful transfers. Even thinking about it gives me the chills. You can choose other routes and miss out on the two giant airports, but most probably the trip will […]

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Miracle Horses And How They Stole My Heart

Who remembers them? Whoever has been to Silver Spur Trails the last few years will remember my miracle horses. Maybe you have ridden one of them and have a special memory or a photograph? Please send it to me, and add something to my memory. I will never forget them, my miracle horses; they all will be remembered and live […]

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Horse Pack Trips into Canada’s Wilderness

A Wilderness Adventure and a Horse Lovers Dream Come and experience the Canadian wilderness on horseback for an experience you will never forget. Ride through the Canadian wilderness like an intrepid explorer with a world of amazement unfolding before you. Climb up mountain trails along deep canyons to beautiful mountain meadows covered with blankets of wildflowers. With your trusty trail horse […]

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How to Find the Perfect Accommodation on Sites Like Airbnb

I never used to suggest renting accommodation from websites like Airbnb, Wimdu, Homestay, or Roomorama to people coming to Canada. Travelling with motorhomes and campers is the Canadian way and how tourists like to experience the country. It makes sense in a country where distances between places are huge and campgrounds abound. For locals, who own their RVs it is […]

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Why Moving To Canada Might Be A Bad Idea

Canada, the country of your dreams is calling. You’re ready for a move and a new start. When you think about moving to Canada you visualize the immense space, endless opportunities, authentic living, nature pure, the friendly Canadians, and wilderness like nowhere else. That all sounds like heaven on earth, and that’s exactly the place you want to be. Truth […]

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Stuck in Paradise – log home living in the woods

I never thought this could happen, me being stuck in paradise, in my log home in the woods.  I never thought of the frustration, not able to pack up and move on, and that my log home living would become a pain. The Canadian Dream I live at the edge of the wilderness, in an old rustic log home in […]

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Wilderness Road Trip Through The Cariboo Mountains

The wilderness road from Wells to Likely, British Columbia, Canada is a back road that doesn’t get travelled a lot. Before I dropped in at the cute little Visitor Information Centre in Wells BC on my way to Barkerville, I never heard of the wilderness road that winds through the Cariboo Mountains. Taking this scenic road from Wells to Likely […]

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To-Do List Before Travelling To Canada

This used to happen to me too. A few weeks before a big trip you start to wonder whether you’re ready for this, the big adventure, the unknown. All these questions are invading your brain. “What if…?” “What when…?” Don’t worry, those feelings are totally normal. To have a to-do list before travelling will keep you focused and make you […]

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Gravel Travel Highways Of The North

I always liked off the beaten track places, places where not everybody goes. Since travelling has become available almost to everyone and many awesome travel destinations are packed with tourists, I started to look closer to home. With Canada as my home, I don’t have to go halfway around the world to experience wilderness, culture and natural beauty at its […]

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Unique English Language Schools

The unique English language schools on Guest Ranches offer the best Canadian Wilderness experience – guaranteed! Why not combine your English Studies with a Canadian wilderness adventure? Joining an ESL program in one of the unique English Language Schools in British Columbia is an educational experience that consists of more than just learning English. It has nothing in common with […]

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House Sitting: Travel Cheap, Stay For Free

House Sitting, what a great way to travel and see Canada on a budget. This is an excellent alternative to backpacker places and hotels. Basically, you take care of someone’s property in exchange for free accommodation. The only cost to you is the joining fee to one of the many house sitting sites online. The fee ranges anywhere from $25 […]

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