Northern Slovenia epitomizes the country’s “green” philosophy—that it IS green, it ACTS green and it PROMOTES green. One of Europe’s greenest countries and a leader in sustainable travel, if you haven’t already put Slovenia on your travel bucket list, do so now, and plan to visit these seven incredible must-see sights in northern Slovenia.
This week’s featured destination is France. In this post I will let the photos do most of the talking. I will however share a few tidbits on a few places worth visiting, including the region of Provence, as well as a few fun facts you may not know about France. I have visited France many times and find it a fascinating country. I have been to some of the places mentioned, but some I have yet to explore. Scroll through the pics to see some of the places worth visiting on a trip to France. Some you may have heard of while others may be totally new to you.
This week’s featured destination is Ecuador. However, I am taking it easy this week so my post will be a lot shorter. When you think of Ecuador, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the Galápagos islands. But there’s more to this South American country than the volcanic archipelago made famous by Charles Dariwn. In this brief post, I will highlight just a few places on the mainland worth visiting as well as a few travel tips, fun facts and travel safety.
This week on our virtual tour Around the World from A-Z is all about the Dominican Republic. This Caribbean island probably doesn’t need an introduction for many Canadians. It has been a popular winter vacation destination for many Canadian snowbirds for a long time. However, for those that don’t know about the DR, or need a little travel inspiration, read on to find out more about this beautiful tropical island and what makes it more than just a beach destination.
This week on our virtual tour Around the World from A to Z, it’s all about Costa Rica. This Central American country has been on my bucket list for a while, and I can’t wait until we can travel again to explore its volcanoes, forests, rivers and waterfalls. I’m planning a women only travel group to this lush tropical destination for when we can travel again. In the meantime, here is some inspiration for you.
This week in our virtual tour Around the World from A to Z, the British Isles is featured. I have already written about Britain on another page, but this week I will also include differences to look out for when driving in the British Isles as well as safety tips for pedestrians, safety tips for solo female travellers. I also highlight some features in my favourite region, plus share six ways you can travel sustainably in the British Isles.