Charleston Travel Guide: What to see and eat in the Low Country

Canada and cold are practically synonymous, so A and I escaped the sub-zero temperatures for five days earlier this month to the beautiful city of Charleston, South Carolina. Bye, snow boots; hello, sunglasses!

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St. Kitts & Nevis: An authentic Caribbean experience

Compared to many other Caribbean destinations that travellers have visited time and again, St. Kitts and Nevis – about three hours south of Miami – is different. The “authentic” Caribbean experience (at least, as described by many locals in the tourism industry) is one of delicious, local dining options, undisturbed beaches, small-town flare, and a relaxed vibe.

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Cape Breton

Cape Breton: Small island, big character

What Cape Breton lacks in size, it makes up for in character.

The island is easily accessible from most major cities in Canada, and increasingly from the northeastern United States. And although the natural beauty, national parks, fine dining, and warm hospitality has always been there, it’s a destination whose worldly profile has increased in the last two years thanks in large part to the tremendous golf destination – Cabot Links. Continue reading “Cape Breton: Small island, big character”