As part of our continuing series of blog posts where we interview travelers, we asked Daisy Li all about her life and travels. She’s visited a number of interesting places, and her energy and desire to visit the world is an inspiration to everyone who meets her.
As part of our ongoing interview series where we find out what inspires people to travel, we caught up with Taylor Herperger. She regularly blogs …
Quebec City is the go-to place for families, couples, and singles. To get the most out of your trip, you will need to create an itinerary, and that’s part of the fun when planning your trip! Fortunately, Quebec City is home to some of the most spectacular landmarks and tourist destinations. So, finding something for every member of your group to enjoy will be a breeze with a little research.
If you’re a female traveler who’s also fond of attending big events like music festivals, then you’d immediately know what we mean when we say that not all of them actually looks after the best welfare of the ladies. Don’t get us wrong, women can still have as much fun in the male-dominated music festivals. However, there would be some issues to ponder and think about like invasion of personal space and sexual assault, most especially if it’s going to be your first time in this kind of event. During vacation, with or without a music festival in the picture, your safety is still top priority.
A road trip offers a unique and memorable experience like no other. I have spent the past 14 months traveling in a campervan and can say with confidence this is my favorite to travel. Compared to a traditional vacation such as an airline flight to a sandy beach or cruise in the Bahamas; a great American road trip will leave you with a refreshing reflection of adventure.
If you’re captivated every time you see pictures of Canada’s vast, beautiful landscapes and the vibrant cultural events in the cities, or hear about some of its rich and fascinating history, then what are you waiting for? Summer is the best time to visit most regions of Canada, especially with the freedom of a self-drive holiday.
This summer, we’re headed west on a road trip through the U.S. and Canada. As the founders of BudgetYourTrip.com, our true passion lies in travel, but it’s been awhile since we’ve been able to “get out there.” Beginning in June, for three months we’ll hit the road on a family camping trip visiting the big cities, national parks, and everything in between. And yes, we’re taking our 3-year-old daughter with us.
In honor of the 150th anniversary of Canada’s birth as a nation, guests can visit the national parks in Canada for FREE in 2017!
Canada held a beautiful countryside. The air was crisp and refreshing, and we stopped along our drive to admire odds and ends that we passed along the way—a stone railroad bridge, a sparkling creek, a quaint farm. It was simple and charming, like out of a fairytale. Though Canada shares a border with the United States, there was a definite change in the aura of the landscape. I could feel a difference as we passed through. And when we crossed back into the United States, camping along Lakes Michigan and Superior, I felt a different sense of nature here too—still beautiful, but different.
On a Sunday in late July, I set off for the trip of a lifetime with my boyfriend, Shane, and his friend, Patrick, from Germany. We were going to be on the road for about a month, making our way through destinations in the U.S. and Canada. The route was roughly planned, and we were going to be joined by Patrick’s friend, Helena, partway through, but the rest of it was a serendipitous adventure. We had no idea who we might meet or what oddities we would come across, but we were prepped and ready for life on the road.