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European Travelling 101: Planes, Trains, and Buses... oh my!

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By: Megan Stephenson

Europe is a popular travel destination and there are a lot of options for getting around. Megan helps keep it simple and explains the pros and cons of European travel.

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Andrea

From Vancouver, BC, Canada

<p>I'm a born and raised BC girl who has spent the better part of the last 2 years exploring abroad! I'm currently completing the last practicum of my undergrad (a BA in Child and Youth Care from UVic) in London, where I'll be living until May. My travels began here as well, back in 2006, when I spent 6 months in the UK as an au pair. In that time I took trips to Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Italy. Then after a trip back to O...

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Lisa

From Victoria, BC, Canada

Travel is an incredible luxury (carbon-wise), so I hardly ever go anywhere, and it's a big deal when I do. I have enough fun &amp; relaxing places to be in British Columbia, so the only things that can motivate me to get on a plane are family and spiritual gatherings....

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Laura and David

From Nanaimo, Canada

<p>Laura and David are avid travellers who enjoy world wide travel.  We love experiencing new cultures and meeting new people on the road.  We also love the simplicity of living out of your back pack!  Recently we had our first child Sawyer who is about to embark on his first international adventure...  This is a website to document and share our travels with friends and family. Enjoy!</p>...

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Heathrow Airport, England

Experienced By: lamundsen

The Champagne wine countryside is very beautiful and would lend itself well to cycle touring/wine tastings. Again for another year as our time was pressing. From there we headed north traversing a number of WW1 battlefields, as timing would have it just as the red poppies are in full colour . It seems beautiful until one thinks of the horror and devastation that happened there not so terribly long ago. We camped on the south ... Read More »

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Cross country skiing Japan!

Experienced By: d_weisk

Skiing Japan!(For more pictures and blogs of the rest of Japan, see previous blogs). Well another ski season has come and past and with that many great memories. This past December, Laure and I were fortunate to travel to Japan for several weeks to sightsee and ski. Most people don't associate Japan with skiing at all, and if they do, they think deep powder skiing, surely not... Read More »

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Nicaragua , 2015

Experienced By: ben_debbie

Starting  a  new  journal  to  share  some  of  our  experiences  on  this  5  week  trip .   Starting  out  with  a  glitch  as  our  first  flights on January  20th   were  cancelled  due  to  a  foggy  evening  in  Kelowna , but  rescheduled  for  the  ... Read More »

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Pamukkale/Ephesus

Experienced By: lamundsen

Time basically ran out on us and we were left with only two further stops in Turkey: Pamukkale and Selçuk.  It's a fair hike on a bus to get from the coast to Pamukkale but the dual attractions of the white, mineral water filled terraces and the ruins of ancient Hierapolis make it a worthwhile trip. We booked in for two days but should have only stayed one as the town  of Pamukkale itself was an oddly se... Read More »