larkycanuck

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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Santa Tecla Festival of Tarragona | Budget Adventure Travel

| June 10, 2021 | 6 Comments

There are 3 things you absolutely must see and experience when in Spain. The Bull Race in Pamplona Bullfighting in Madrid Annual Santa Tecla street festival in Tarragona, Catalonia I could not experience #1 and #2 (yet!!!) but I know even if I did, I would still enjoy #3, which I did, the most! I […]

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Bunny in a Ford | Budget Adventure Travel

| May 31, 2021 | 3 Comments

Pepper, the Lionshead bunny from Calgary | Traveling with a house bunny in a FORD |

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Oman, an oasis in the desert | Budget Adventure Travel

| May 21, 2021 | 20 Comments

The world as we know it is polarized – Haves & Have-nots, Democratic & Autocratic, Conservative & Liberal, Libertarian & Totalitarian etc. Growing up, I always imagined if there is any place left in this world that follows a middle-of-the-road path to growth, commerce, social welfare, sustainability and environment policy. After I discovered the Sultanate […]

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Something to Believe In | Social Commentary

| May 11, 2021 | 4 Comments

“And I had lost touch with reason I watched life criticize the truth Been waiting for a miracle I know you have too Though I know I won’t win I’ll take this one on the chin We’ll raise a toast and I’ll pretend I got something to believe in” – Bon Jovi “Something to Believe […]

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Innovation and Really Dumb Ideas | Social Commentary

| May 1, 2021 | 8 Comments

Sometimes, and I mean just sometimes, humanity produces mediocrity of such epic proportions while inappropriately labeling it under the guise of “revolutionary breakthrough” that I must take to the streets, stand on my soap box, and let loose the mad man inside me. Before going any further, I would like my readers to first read […]

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Travel Adventures in Kelowna (in German)

Travel Adventures in Kelowna (in German)

| April 21, 2021 | 0 Comments

Hello, we are Daniel and Stella, two students from Germany. In the following few weeks we will travel across western Canada and share our experiences with you on this blog. Therefore we will upload short German posts about our adventure in different cities of the Yukon, Alberta and British Columbia. ATV Tour provided courtesy of Okanagan […]

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Waterton Lakes National Park (in German)

Waterton Lakes National Park (in German)

| April 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

Hello, we are Daniel and Stella, two students from Germany. In the following few weeks we will travel across western Canada and share our experiences with you on this blog. Therefore we will upload short German posts about our adventure in different cities of the Yukon, Alberta and British Columbia. Nachdem wir am Montagmorgen aus […]

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Northern Lights Tour in Whitehorse, Yukon (in German)

Northern Lights Tour in Whitehorse, Yukon (in German)

| March 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Hello, we are Daniel and Stella, two students from Germany. In the following few weeks we will travel across western Canada and share our experiences with you on this blog. Therefore we will upload short German posts about our adventure in different cities of the Yukon, Alberta and British Columbia. Tour made possible courtesy of […]

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Protected: Private Invitation Letter to Dr. Kevin Smith

Protected: Private Invitation Letter to Dr. Kevin Smith

| March 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

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This place is becoming too Immigranty! | Social Commentary

| February 20, 2021 | 21 Comments

“They were not him, he was not them, yet they were all the same” I was waiting for the elevator along with another tenant in my apartment building in downtown Calgary. I commenced a courtesy chit-chat with this tenant. At one instance, I asked him how he liked living here (I meant in Calgary as […]

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