You won’t believe your eyes when you first see the Cheltenham Badlands in Caledon. It’s just north of Brampton, or 30 minutes from Toronto, but you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to another country (or even planet). For us, the size, shape and colour of this naturally-formed attraction is like nothing we’ve ever seen before, … More It’s All Good at the Cheltenham Badlands!
For almost 100 years, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, aka “The Royal”, has been a long-standing annual tradition held every November at Exhibition Place in Toronto. The Royal was started by farmers as a way to come together to meet, discuss and showcase their harvest & livestock. Over time it grew into an annual event that provides … More A First-Time Visit to The Royal
What do you love most about fall? Is it apple picking, pumpkin spice lattes or the cooler temps? Our favourite thing are the colours and scenic drives that make you appreciate the new season. The scenic drive to and around the area is exactly what we experienced during our first fall weekend in Peterborough & … More Fall-ing for Peterborough & The Kawarthas
Camping, especially in the summer, is a long-standing tradition for many Canadians and while it is a great way to spend time outdoors and reconnect with friends and family it requires some skills and planning. However what if you’re new to Canada from a country where camping wasn’t a thing or grew up in a … More Camping 101: Camping Lessons For Adults
The expression “the early bird gets the worm” comes to mind when we think of Ontario’s Best Butter Tart Festival in Midland. By 9am the streets of this small town in the Heart of Georgian Bay are already bustling with activity. While butter tart vendors are still setting up their stands the visitors are already … More The Early Birds Get The Butter Tarts
As Travel Bloggers we try to do as much research in advance of our travels and love it when we learn new info or facts our research did not uncover. For example, every Canadian is proud of the fact that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone but do you know why? Secondly, do you know … More 48 Hours in Brantford & Paris
Do you believe in ghosts? We’ll admit that we were skeptics at first, but after going on our first ever ghost-hunting tour and paranormal experience, Whisper to The Moon, we now think and believe otherwise. The tour, hosted by a real-life ghost hunting team, S.N.I.P.E., was a night-time paddle with ghost stories followed by a … More Ghost Hunting with the S.N.I.P.E Team
As 2 busy professionals we do not get the chance to go paddling as much as we’d like to. Thankfully, the Grand River is only 1.5 hours away from the Toronto area and offers every single type of paddling out there. You can try: rafting, a canoe, kayaking, paddle boarding or something new that’s offered … More Turbo Tubing the Grand River!
Recently our friend and fellow Travel Blogger, Arienne from seeyousoon.ca, invited us to be part of a special project she was working on. Our assignment was to feature a place in Toronto that was not one of the typically recommended as one of the ‘must-see’ destinations in the city. Our immediate choice was Humber Bay … More Hanging Out at Toronto’s Humber Bay Park
There are some invitations you simply cannot say ‘no’ to. For us it was the invitation to visit the Chocolate Trail in Stratford. We accepted right away especially because chocolate was involved. We also agreed to invitation because we LOVE the town of Stratford. It is a small, picturesque town with lots of charm, character … More Our ‘sweet’ stroll through Stratford