Larkycanuck is the pseudonym for the spirited, spontaneous and zestful Canadian. The Blog is focused on showcasing budget adventure travels for working families. Larkycanuck has traveled to over 15 countries, 38 cities in 10 years. He has never quit a job to do this. He travels with his wife and on some trips with the house rabbit (Pepper).
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Obtaining your first home loan can be very exciting, as it means you finally get a house to call your own and don’t have to worry about paying rent any longer. However, the process of getting your first home loan may seem a bit daunting at first, since a lot of calculations to do to […]
Once you travel through Peru, you realize this is a land full of enchanting and mysterious destinations. Like the mysterious Nazca Lines. I had read about it in one of those unsolved mysteries of the world. No one knows for certain why and how these lines were drawn. Some claim it was a sort of […]
I had the great opportunity to test drive Ford’s newest addition to its hybrid family of vehicles – the 2013 C-MAX Hybrid. It was a swell ride. In fact, you can experience an insider’s view in to the C-MAX through this short video I made below. There is only one problem! It has no end. […]
A Photo Blog When visiting the beautiful port City of Cannes, home of the famous namesake film festival, you must check out the neighboring country of Monaco. There is no immigration check to enter/exit Monaco and it can be easily reached by train, car and boat from Cannes. For a rush tour, a half-day will […]
Female Bolivian Wrestlers Cholitos Video.
Frequently Asked Questions From The Self-Employed Do I really need to fill out a T2125? Yes. Even if you are a student with a summer job that paid you as a contractor, you should still report the income on a T2125 Form and claim reasonable business expenses. It may be tempting to enter the income on […]
At the Pumphouse Theatre in Calgary. It was like, so awesome!! Now I will admit I have not watched the original movie. In entirety. Maybe caught a few scenes of it now and then while flicking through channels. My wife did watch it. About 12 times. So when I saw the banner for the performance […]
The only thing I like more than taking a tour of a new place is to take a curated tour of a new place. Don’t get me wrong. I love the surprise effect when visiting new places, stumbling upon unexpected gems, and not having everything too planned out in advance. However, all that is fine […]