Can you imagine swimming beside a 12 m (41 feet) long shark while it’s on an eating spree? Well, that’s what we did when we swam with the whale sharks in La Paz, Baja California. The whale sharks, known locally as… Continue Reading →
A short 30-minute drive from Victoria, go biking or hiking the Galloping Goose Trail. A great way to discover a corner of Vancouver Island, from lakes, old wooden bridges, potholes and forest areas.
We are big fans of the National Parks and enjoyed their amazing trail systems from Yosemite to the Everglades, from Olympics to Mesa Verde. The US National Parks is celebrating America’s largest celebration of national heritage during their National Park Week from April 16 to 24, 2016. As part of the celebration, we put together the list of our top preferred US National Parks.
White road. White horizon. White sky. A drive on the ice road of the frozen Mackenzie River from Inuvik to Tuk in Arctic Canada. Our week in Inuvik primarily focused on mushing our own dog sled team but part of… Continue Reading →
La Paz historical area can be easily walked around, with very manageable hills. Walking through the downtown area can be as quick as one day, to full two days if visiting some of the museums. Walking Through La Paz History… Continue Reading →
Thank you El Niño for finally sending good snow to the Sierra Nevada! The mountains are finally wearing their white mantel and the fresh powder is heaven for cool snowboarding! We headed to Diamond Peak on that Saturday morning, excited… Continue Reading →
Many destinations and outfitters provide winter adventures, snow tours and activities, and it took me a good amount of research before we chose Arctic Chalet in Inuvik, Northwestern Territories, Canada. We were looking for a winter destination that would offer dog… Continue Reading →
Mention Baja California to any kiteboarder and windsurfer in the US and their eyes will lit up right away. Kiteboarding La Paz is indeed a top winter activity with constant winds and warm water. Not Caribbean hot, but enough for… Continue Reading →
When we read about a reindeer migration in Arctic Canada, we knew we had to go to Inuvik. And we would follow them with the snowmobiles. The beginning of another Arctic adventure! How the Reindeer Came to Inuvik Back in… Continue Reading →