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A friend first told me about the Canmore natural springs. He told me the water was “a magical hangover cure.” I scoffed at him, but this intrigued me, and I asked him to take me to this so-called “magic” water. When we arrived at the Canmore natural spring, there were several cars parked alongside the …

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Vancouver is one of my favourite cities in the world. It reminds me of Wellington back home in New Zealand, but on steroids! Vancouver has everything- majestic mountains and quaint beaches, a bustling city and abundant wildlife. It satisfies both the adventurous traveller and the city slicker; with three ski mountains nearby, snow enthusiasts can …

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Banff National Park is Canada’s first National Park. Since its inception in 1885, Banff has been buzzing with tourists from all around the globe, and who can blame them? It is one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Luckily for anyone visiting, there are plenty of free things to do in Banff National …

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Jasper usually attracts hoards of skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts during winter, however there are still plenty of things to do in Jasper in winter if you’re not into winter sports. It’s the perfect destination to relax and reconnect with yourself- and this is exactly the kind of trip I had in mind. The Icefields Parkway …

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On April 18, I made the transition to #VanLife. You may be familiar with this hashtag; commonly posted on social media such as Instagram or by your hippie friends on Facebook. Van life in Canada is becoming more and more common, especially with travelers. You quickly learn that travel is an expensive hobby to have, and …

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