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Maybe one day we'll no longer be amongst the priciest countries in the world for flights.
You often hear a lot of talk about women planning weekend vacations just with the girls but what about us boys? It's about time we round up the dudes for a bromantic getaway without women, kids and jo...
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I have a love and appreciation for start-up companies and small businesses. I realize that being on your toes 365, 24/7 isn't for the faint of heart. Luckily, I've got a strong one. It's one of the re...
Our passport power is very similar to the U.S.
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We might be a young country, but as a destination, we have many offerings for tourists.
400 lawyers step up to volunteer in Toronto alone.
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All her dad ever wanted was to stay in a beautiful hotel at Lake Louise.
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Use these few tricks to help you save time, money and, most importantly, sanity.
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When travelling, fine print is everywhere. From booking a flight to reserving a hotel room to signing for insurance, there are plenty of paragraphs of tiny text that few travellers take the time to read, let alone understand. But sometimes it can pay to know what's said in the little lines.
SUP is the new rage and the fastest-growing watersport in the world. One reason for this is that learning to ride a paddleboard is a breeze -- almost anyone can do it 30 minutes after stepping on it. Another reason is that it allows for a lot of freedom. You are not restricted to the ocean and waves; the only limit is your imagination.
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You don't need to travel across the pond to be surrounded by world-class architecture, sophisticated culture and Michelin-star dining. You can find all of this in the diverse cities of South America,...
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With wedding season fast approaching, the countdown is on until our newsfeeds explode with couples flaunting their newlywed bliss across every honeymoon locale imaginable. But who's to say honeymoons are only for those celebrating their nuptial vows?
There is a story of two brothers who grew up to find a similar barrier between them. As young boys in their parents' home with a shaded courtyard where they played football and did their homework, there had been no India and no Pakistan. Now, all of a sudden, they found themselves as citizens of two different fledgling states.