Huntsville Botanical Garden: A Tranquil Retreat

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A trip to the beautiful Huntsville Botanical Garden is a must when visiting Huntsville, Alabama. There’s nothing more peaceful than breathing in the fresh air and going for a stroll in a beautiful place. Whether it’s a hike through untamed wilderness or discovering a perfectly groomed garden, I adore being surrounded by greenery and bright bursts of colour. If you … Read More

Short Hills Provincial Park Winter Hiking – Bruce Trail Hike #8

Hey Bruce Trail, it’s been a while! Back even in my earliest days of blogging, I decided that I was going to hike the entire Bruce Trail. It might take a few years or it might take a decade, but I’m determined to walk the whole way eventually. Yes, all 900km of it. For those of you who aren’t familiar, … Read More

Reasons to Visit Malin Head, Ireland’s Northernmost Point

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It’s Ireland’s most northerly point and it’s spectacular. You might not have heard of Malin Head. When you think about beautiful coastal areas in Ireland, I’m sure that a few spots come to mind: the Cliffs of Moher, Giant’s Causeway, the Ring of Kerry, and the Dingle Peninsula. However, on the Wild Atlantic Way in County Donegal, you’ll discover the … Read More

Things to Do in Northern Ireland – 3 Day Itinerary

There are so many things to do in Northern Ireland. Here are my highlights from 3 days in the country. You shouldn’t travel to the island of Ireland without driving the Causeway Coastal Route of Northern Ireland. It’s one of the greatest road trips you’ll ever take, and it’s easy to explore it on your own. There are so many … Read More

Tiffany Falls in Winter is a Magical Frozen Wonderland

Transport yourself into a winter wonderland at Tiffany Falls. It’s amazing how a waterfall transforms from season to season. In the city of waterfalls, the ones in Hamilton change their appearance between summer and winter. It’s hard to believe you’re stepping foot into the same place. With 150 waterfalls to explore, you could spend a lifetime discovering every waterfall in … Read More

Giants Causeway Tour From Belfast – Road Trip Northern Ireland

The Giant’s Causeway is a natural phenomenon that you must see in your lifetime. Giant’s Causeway is the most popular stop on Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal Route, and that’s for a good reason. It’s an awe-inspiring sight to behold. It’s a rocky terrain of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns in various sizes. These formed naturally as a result of an ancient … Read More

Ballintoy Travel Guide – Must See Northern Ireland

Why you must see Ballintoy and the surrounding area with your own eyes. You might not have heard of Ballintoy before. I really hadn’t heard of the village until I went there myself. While sifting through a Lonely Planet guidebook about Ireland’s best road trips, I came across a small blurb about Ballintoy Harbour along Northern Ireland’s scenic Causeway Coastal … Read More

5 Australian Kayaking Adventures You Must Experience

Kayaking is one of my favourite activities to do while travelling. Not only is it a great way to exercise while having fun, but you can often reach places that are not otherwise accessible. Paddling around by small boat allows you to reach narrow coves, isolated islands, and secluded places waiting to be uncovered. For wildlife lovers, it’s easy to … Read More

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