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Travel Adventures in Kelowna (in German)

Travel Adventures in Kelowna (in German)

| April 22, 2017 | 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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Pepper, the traveling bunny

Pepper, the traveling bunny

| October 12, 2016 | 1 Comment

Hi My name is Pepper. I am a 3 year female Lionshead bunny that like to travel with my adopted family. I was adopted at the age of 1 from the Calgary Humane Society where I spent a good few months healing and in care by the good folks there. Here are some of my […]

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Vancouver Aquarium a Delight for Adults and Kids

Vancouver Aquarium a Delight for Adults and Kids

| October 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

CONTEST IS CLOSED. WINNER IS BAND MEMBER OF NEW ORLEANS INDIE BAND SO LONG STORYLAND.  There is never any harm done or shame in feeling like a kid again no matter how old one gets. Do you recall that thrill you got last time you did something spontaneous with another adult or a child that […]

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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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Walking Gastown Vancouver| Travels in British Columbia

Walking Gastown Vancouver| Travels in British Columbia

| September 27, 2016 | 1 Comment

Gastown is one of those unique enclaves within a city that has its unique character and vibe and demands at least a one time visit to the locale to experience it. According to Wikipedia, “Gastown is a national historic site in Vancouver, British Columbia, at the northeast end of Downtown adjacent to the Downtown Eastside. Its historical boundaries were the […]

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The Lost Houses of Vancouver’s West End | Budget Adventure Travel

The Lost Houses of Vancouver’s West End | Budget Adventure Travel

| September 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

I first heard about the story of the lost houses from the Evan Penner, the co-owner of The West End Guest House (Bed & Breakfast). Evan is an excellent storyteller and he is a treasure chest of knowledge on the historical significance of the West End of Vancouver. First, a little background on Vancouver’s trendy […]

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Mystical Doors of Victoria, BC | Budget Adventure Travel

Mystical Doors of Victoria, BC | Budget Adventure Travel

| September 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

Have you ever experienced a moment where you just find yourself magically transported in to an alternate reality? Many times over, when I have stood in front of doors and windows, I have experienced just this feeling. As a result, I have always been fascinated by doors and windows! Strange but true. Besides the obvious […]

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Pepper, the Calgary bunny, visits Fernie | Budget Adventure Travel

| June 8, 2016 | 7 Comments

| Traveling with a bunny rabbit | It can be risky traveling with a pet at times. For Example. This is Pepper, our Canada trotting lionshead bunny. This is NOT Pepper. The key to a fun road trip with a pet in tow is being able to properly identify your pet before loading him/her in […]

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