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The Bushwakker Brewery of Regina | Budget Adventure Travel

| September 22, 2017 | 8 Comments

I never title any of my blogs after any brand or company so as not to confuse my readers in to thinking that I am specifically endorsing it. But this is one exception. Regina does not get its fair share of credit in the media or in social avenues as a tourist hub in Canada. […]

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Lost and Found in Moose Jaw | Budget Adventure Travel

| September 2, 2017 | 12 Comments

“Nooooo!” I heard her scream as the SUV in front swerved, lost control, and fishtailed right in front of us on the highway. It was a definite head-on. With a total white-out on Highway 1 it was inevitable despite the fog lights that I had turned on. I knew better not to slam the brakes […]

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Affordable Vacation in Whitehorse | Budget Adventure Travel

| August 23, 2017 | 6 Comments

When most Canadians think of Yukon, the first thing that conjures up in their mind is the great Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) effect and very cold days (brrrrr!) Well indeed I can confirm that Whitehorse, which is the capital of Yukon, has both indeed; But you are most likely to have misconceptions on both. Firstly, […]

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Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Video | Budget Adventure Travel

| August 13, 2017 | 1 Comment

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Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis Tour in Whitehorse |Budget Adventure Travel

| August 3, 2017 | 9 Comments

Aurora Borealis gira en Whitehorse オーロラ – ホワイトホースのオーロラツアー Aurora Borealis Tour em Whitehorse On March 13th 2013 we arrived at Whitehorse, Yukon for a once in a lifetime must-see journey to the wild north of Canada to view the spectacular atmospheric phenomenon known as the Northern Lights. El 13 de marzo año 2013 llegó a […]

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Biking the Nose Creek Pathway of Calgary | Budget Adventure Travel

| March 23, 2017 | 5 Comments

I mostly post on travel adventures in foreign countries (I am from Canada). But today I reverse the process and present the beauty of my hometown, Calgary, to the rest of the world. Scenic beauty is everywhere. It is sometimes this very privilege that most local inhabitants of a place tend to ignore. I remember […]

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Frozen in time in Southern Alberta | Budget Adventure Travel

Frozen in time in Southern Alberta | Budget Adventure Travel

| January 22, 2017 | 3 Comments

this blog post is specially inspired by and dedicated to moby, who i met once in new york. this piece is written in the style and images that moby has published on his blog on architecture in LA. at first glance, southern alberta and the artist moby and hollywood don’t connect. but dig deeper and […]

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Romantic Adventures on a Budget in Vancouver | Travels in BC

Romantic Adventures on a Budget in Vancouver | Travels in BC

| September 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

If there is one place in Canada that I had to recommend as a “must see before the zombie (or alien) invasion”, it would have to be British Columbia! Ok folks! I know that an answer to the hypothetical question will raise some nerves. I have traveled across Canada (about 50% of it so far. […]

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Wayne, Alberta Pop: Then 2490. Now 27!

| August 29, 2016 | 2 Comments

It is amazing the treasures one can find in one’s backyard! Especially if that backyard happens to be a place called Drumheller, in the eastern part of the Canadian Province of Alberta. This part of Alberta is one of my favorite places in the world. Why? Well, you will just have to step in to […]

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Canmore Cave Tour Adventure | Budget Adventure Travel

Canmore Cave Tour Adventure | Budget Adventure Travel

| August 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

The closest I came to visiting a cave was in Oman and  the Dominican Republic. It was incredible to experience the world from the life of the Hobbit . But these caves were more like caverns that offered full upright walk-ability for all heights. Crawling through tight spaces is another thing. So when I realized that […]

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