You too dream of a stay in Canada? This blog is for you! I share my advice, my experiences, my favorites, my good plans.
I love Canada! Like you, I have a strong attraction for this huge country where the wildest places are mixed with the most urbanized places of the planet. A land of contrasts, Canada fascinates and attracts like a magnet.
Niagara Falls, Ottawa, the national parks, Toronto, the whales, Quebec and its curious accent, the northern lights, there are so many discoveries to be made, so many great adventures to be had.
The usual guidebooks or tourist sites give a broad vision of the country that allows you to develop the broad outlines of a travel project. But what will make your trip unforgettable is what is not written there.
What I share in this blog is the experience. Because nothing is more useful during a trip than to benefit from the experience of a friend. I am that friend! I have lived in Montreal and I have traveled the country in my spare time, I have been there very often on vacation. It is this experience that I share with you.
I guide you to the unusual and the atypical. I make you discover discreet, even secret places. I tell you about a Canada that I know, that I love and that I want you to love in the same way.
You won’t find a turnkey trip proposal, but a succession of proposals to choose from depending on the place, the season, what you want to do or experience.
Just like this magnificent country, you will be free to navigate through the wide open spaces of my blog. Each article is totally independent from the others. It is a focus on an idea, advice, information, a proposal, a place, an activity…
Widely illustrated and well informed, each article is an invitation to travel. Thus, I invite you to follow my steps, and to leave to the discovery of an unusual district, to stay in an unusual hotel, or to spend the evening in an atypical bar.
You will organize an excursion chosen among those proposed around your destination and according to the season of your trip. I give you all my advices to go to an unusual festival, or to spend a moment in an unusual bar in Canada.