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Category Archives: Canada
Have you been dreaming of Canada & Alaska? Now’s the time to book as Earlybird offers are selling out already. Book your 18 day Deluxe Rockies Explorer Tour with an Alaskan Inside Passage Cruise with Evergreen Tours Australia. Call Lyn … Continue reading
This flyer has just arrived. Take a look and decide on a great holiday with Evergreen. Take advantage of Grey Nomads Travel and Cruise offer of another $50 off per person. GNTC Evergreen Unmissable Flyer – Click to read
We had booked a kayak cruise in the Parc National du Saguenay Interpretative Centre, which was preceded by a one-hour drive through the colourful countryside in a disused school bus. Click here to read about our first kayaking experience.
Charlottetown is the main town on Prince Edward Island (PEI). There are between 35-36,000 people in Charlottetown that has 35 churches. PEI has 308 churches so they must have been a very sinful people at some stage. Click here to … Continue reading
Sydney, Canada was our next stop. There is no fabulous harbour like the Sydney of Australia. There is no opera house, no grand habour bridge and no skyscrapers. This Sydney is just a little village that ‘closes down’ for the … Continue reading
Halifax has lots of history to do with the setting up of the country by the British and the wars and take-over bids for various parts of the ‘colonies’ of the day. There are many types of parkland, we notice, … Continue reading
Had a glitch in the links (my fault – sorry) so here goes again. Today was a day of “lines”. A line to those who have travelled in America is really a que of people – waiting. Although the coach … Continue reading
Today was a day of “lines”. A line to those who have travelled in America is really a que of people – waiting. Although the coach journey was efficient, our line-ups were efficient too but loaded with other tourists waiting … Continue reading
Toronto sure is a bustling city. Within the Greater Toronto area, there are around 9 million inhabitants spread around the Lake Ontario, but just 3 million in the city itself. Click here for the days activities.
As our day was a longish travelling day, there is not that much to report. We head south. The leaves are showing more colour and it is getting much warmer. Click here for more information.