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Finding heart in America's heartland

Up here in Canada, we hear some scary stuff coming out of the U.S. these days. But it isn’t all bad.

I visited the American South for the first time in my life last year (California and Florida don’t count!), and was so surprised by the sense of hospitality I found there. 125 more words


How to pack light

Since I travel so much, I’ve gotten pretty good at travelling light. So, Men’s Journal asked me for some of my favourite clothing and gear to help their readers pack light. 152 more words


Off-the-beaten-path Iceland

Iceland is exceedingly popular right now, so much so that the tiny island nation is considering capping the number of tourists it allows to visit every year. 46 more words


Penetrating the impenetrable: Mountain gorilla trekking in Uganda's Impenetrable Forest

As a travel writer, I get to experience some pretty amazing things.

One at the very top of my list is trekking through Uganda’s Impenetrable Forest… 105 more words


My new favourite travel jacket

I’ve just discovered the perfect travel jacket, which has FOURTEEN pockets, and it can carry an ipad, a book, and a water bottle.

I wrote an article on it for Vancouverscape (because it’s the perfect Vancouver jacket too): … 37 more words


Unique wilderness destination for Canada's 150th birthday: Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, I wrote this feature about Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, my favourite place in the Canadian wild.

It was published in Canadian World Traveller magazine’s spring 2017 issue and in their US edition, American World Traveler. 73 more words


Uganda: Beasts aplenty, hosts a-friendly

My first article from my trip to Uganda was just published. It highlights the incredible things to see and do in Uganda including trekking with mountain gorillas, 138 more words