Whistler Olympic Park

17 Jun 19
Big Brother 2 Go.com

York House School is an independent day school for girls located in the heart of Shaughnessy, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Founded in the middle of the Great Depression by seven women, York House provides opportunities for girls in academics, fine arts, athletics, and community service.

16 Jun 19

When you think you have your season all beautifully planned … After coming back home from a long holiday break in late December / early January (where my level of eating was quite unparalleled) I realised that my physical shape looked more like the typical Shopping Mall Santa Claus than the average triathlete. Because I […]

15 Jun 19
Glad to be Grey

I’m unlikely to leave Britain any time soon. I know the place is in a bit of a mess at the moment, the dark forces of the extreme left and extreme right are waiting to pounce on the Brexit mess, nationalism is out performing patriotism in certain regions and frankly, the weather is a bit […]

14 Jun 19
Top 5 Canadian hotels

Visit the 5 most expensive hotels in Canada with prices up to hundreds of millions making people admire overwhelmed by the extravagance, splendor The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Situated in the core of Banff National Park, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world-acclaimed Fairmont Banff Springs lodging remains as a milestone in the beautiful high […]

11 Jun 19

With its mountain backdrop and urban beaches, Vancouver has the rightly earned reputation of being one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Downtown Vancouver is superbly situated on a peninsula in the Strait of Georgia, bounded to the south by the delta of the Fraser River and to the north by a deep […]

09 Jun 19
Luxury Travel Diary

The best Four Seasons hotels & resorts in the world include Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, Four Seasons Lanai and Four Seasons Resort Hualalai in Hawaii, Four Season Surf Club on Miami Beach, Four Seasons Shanghai At Pudong, Four Seasons Los Cabos At Costa Palmas, Four Seasons Palm Beach, Four Seasons Istanbul At The Bosphorus, Four Seasons […]

09 Jun 19

The second largest country in the world, Canada has no shortage of beautiful landscapes and unique sites for travelers to explore. From coast to coast to coast, the country is home to vibrant and culturally rich cities, along with incredible natural wonders. In Western Canada, the Rocky Mountains and cities of Vancouver, Victoria, and Calgary […]

06 Jun 19
The Frenetic Peripatetic

Like the mountains that overlook it to the north, the city of Vancouver has been highly visible and influential in the global tourism world. Like the waters that nearly surround it, the city has also teemed with life and has been in a continual state of change and refreshing. During the Klondike Gold Rush of […]

06 Jun 19
Haphazard Business

Ipswich in Suffolk is undergoing a transformation and appears to be building many of the key elements to make it into a hub city that will attract business, new residents and investment. Day one of Haphazard business was full of pleasant surprises.

31 May 19

Okay, so anyone who knows me well knows that I love a good list. I make them for absolutely everything, important or not. I also love to plan things – holidays, parties, ways to get a puppy without my mum wanting to murder me… (not been successful in the latter yet but I’m working on it) Anywho, it will probably come as no surprise then that I’ve made myself a big ol’ bucket list of everything I want to achieve in my lifetime…

30 May 19
Daveno Travels

During which I cram as much cultural history as I can into my final days in Alaska…

28 May 19

Calgary is giving up the 2021 world luge championships to Whistler, B.C., because of uncertainty over the sliding track at Canada Olympic Park. Original Story: http://bit.ly/2HFFnWQ from Blogger http://bit.ly/2HZvFh6

28 May 19
National Post

Calgary is handing the 2021 world luge championships to Whistler, B.C., because of the sliding track’s precarious situation. The 33-year-old track on Calgary’s west side was the sliding sport venue for the 1988 Winter Olympics. The track shut down this spring. A planned $25-million renovation is on hold until its operator WinSport can find more […]

23 May 19
Leave Approved

After four months on the go, it was so nice to be picked up at the airport and stay in a family home. We had 10 days in BC, staying most of our time with some friends of my family in North Vancouver. They had a beautiful home near Lynn Valley Canyon and a few […]