NEW! Burma River Cruise: Southbound on the Irrawaddy

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Explore the best of Myanmar, known as “The Golden Land,” on this captivating journey along the Irrawaddy River. Start in Yangon, formerly Rangoon, with a walking tour of the city’s highlights and a visit to stunning Shwedagon Pagoda – considered by many to be the oldest pagoda in the world. On the Irrawaddy, encounter a tapestry of exotic flavors and ... Read More »

All about Avalon Waterways

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Avalon Waterways is now in its 10th year of operation— with 13 ships in Europe and another two to be added in 2015, Avalon has a lot to celebrate! The average number of passengers on their European cruises is just 130 with 47 crew members— this offers a unique and personal experience on every cruise you take. They are the ... Read More »

What’s hot in Ireland this year!

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Were you thinking about travelling to Ireland this year? Well we’ve compiled a list of the most exciting activities and must-see adventures for you to go on for your next trip: The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s new signature touring route— it’s a long distance and one of a kind road-trip of a lifetime. The route stretches from Inishowen Peninsula ... Read More »

NEW! Guided Hike in the Eastern Townships

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Experience a guided hike through the longest and oldest trail in Quebec with Le Sentier de l’Estrie. you will discover the nature and wilderness of Quebec. Dates and prices are to be determined by the hike’s coordinator, Jean-Marie Croteau. Contact Jean-Marie at Trip Overview Cross through the oldest hiking trail in Quebec with the second oldest hiking group, Le ... Read More »

NEW! Copper Canyon Railway Self-Guided Tour

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Going through the Sierra Tarahumara by train will take your breath away. The immense desert of rocks, the spectacular Copper Canyon, the cascades and rivers of crystalline waters is truly a spectacle. During this journey you’ll cross 39 bridges and 86 tunnels, making it one of the most spectacular journeys in the Northern Hemisphere. One should not forget the peoples ... Read More »

Go hiking in Quebec with Sentiers de l’Estrie


Sentiers de l’Estrie is a non profit organization recognized as a charity whose mission is to promote walking— offering more than 200 km of trails covering a significant part of the Eastern Townships. Through the U.S. border near Sutton to Richmond leading to the valley of the St. Francis River and the tops of Stoke Mountains near Sherbrooke, the 200 ... Read More »

Are you getting the compensation you deserve from airlines?

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We’re all so used to flight delays, overbookings, lost luggage and other minor airline issues that it’s easy to forget that your airline ticket is a contract— when an airline does not provide the services you paid for, the law requires it to keep you informed, treat you fairly and offer a solution or a refund. Under Flight Rights Canada, ... Read More »

VIA Rail enhances business class


Once again, travel companies are competing to enhance every aspect of first and business-class travel. The elite traveller will have to decide between some heavy competition. Most recently, VIA Rail announced that they will be enhancing their business class so travellers can experience refurbished lounges, a more spacious environment, a greener and more comfortable trip, new meals and more personalized ... Read More »

A ramen and movie pop up


Vancouver will be hosting a pop up Film Feast pairing a movie called “Tampopo— the quest for the perfect ramen” and… a bowl of ramen.  The pop up event is hosted by Winner Winner’s chef Chen-Wei Lee and Yash Nijati and will definitely be filled with a lot of laughs and amazing food. Yash Nijati, who is responsible for many pop up ... Read More »

Chinese cultural heritage week at the ROM

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Starting this Saturday, April 12th and 13th, the ROM will be celebrating Chinese Cultural Heritage Weekend. It will be celebrated with live music, dance performances, shopping, dining and many more activities: · Piano performances featuring the winners of the 2014 Chinese Cultural Centre Piano Competition (11am to 2pm – Currelly Gallery) · Touch tables of Chinese artifacts, and demonstrations by ... Read More »