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Staying Cool in Summertime: Iceberg Watching in Newfoundland
Located as far east in North America as you can get, the Canadian province of Newfoundland even has it’s own time zone, 30 minutes ahead of the rest of Atlantic Canada and 90 minutes ahead of EST. With their extreme easterly location, the province has also become the catchall/end destination for ...
You Must Try: Tidal Bore Rafting in Nova Scotia
Located between the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick on the eastern side of Canada is a fairly large bay know as the Bay of Fundy. Part of the Atlantic Ocean, it is a popular spot for whale watching (you can see eight different species from Humpback to Right Whales), sourcing some of th...
Canada's Best Road Trip: Cape Breton’s Cabot Trail
Located on the Northern part of Nova Scotia just a four-hour drive from the capital of Halifax is Cape Breton Island, home to the scenic highway known as the Cabot Trail. One third of the road passes through the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, which is quite similar to the Scottish Highlands...
Embrace Your Wild Side and Sleep at the Zoo
Taronga Zoo is one of Sydney, Australia’s top attractions. Located a short 12 minute ferryboat ride from Circular Quay near the Opera House, it is the perfect place to visit for people of all ages. The zoo is home to over 4,000 animals, hosts more than 20 keeper talks a day, has a high ropes adve...
12 Slang Words you Absolutely Must Know Before Visiting Sydney
If you want to travel to the other side of the world, but are concerned about communication barriers, consider Sydney, Australia. Far from home yet they still speak English and have very similar customs and ways of life as North America, there are just a few slang terms you should be familiar wit...
5 Sydney Selfies You Need to Make Everyone Super Jelly
You have made the distant jaunt to the land down under, a dream destination few reach due to the perils of flying 15+ hours. Feeling like a world away, after surviving the long flight and adjusting to the time zones, get giddy because it’s time explore. So charge your iPhones and get ready to par...
The Best Beaches in Sydney to Chill like an Aussie
Sydney, Australia is one of the best cities in the world if you love the surfer bum lifestyle. With over 100 beaches within the city limits (greater Australia has far too many to count), Sydney’s beach scene is unparalleled to any other city on earth and loved by locals and tourists alike. Whatev...
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