Back Country Camping – Algonquin: Tim Lake

Algonquin Park was the first provincial park in Ontario. As one of the largest provincial parks, it is diverse and offers a vast landscape of rocky ridges, thousands of lake, ponds, and streams. The park has more than 2,000 kilometers of canoe routes and over 1,900 campsites. The camping is split up in two categoriesContinue reading “Back Country Camping – Algonquin: Tim Lake”

Not sure what to write about?

With the times being difficult right now – we cannot travel anywhere. That does not mean you have to stop posting on your blog. See some things you can write about or keep up with when your not traveling. Old Trips Packing list Day to day itinerary Update old posts Photo Diary Accommodations Horror StoryContinue reading “Not sure what to write about?”

Airbnb: C-Can

C-Can on the water C-Can/ Sea Can/ Shipping container… what ever you want to call it. These containers are making a big impact on tiny homes. With the housing market continuously rising people look for alternates. These tiny homes are great because they are extremely durable, inexpensive and usually recycled. Staying in a shipping containerContinue reading “Airbnb: C-Can”

Ecotourism

Ecotourism is defined as travel to an area of ecological, geographical, or natural history interest, for the primary purpose of study and education rather than pure recreation. Ecotourist seek to avoid bringing additional pressures upon the region that they visit, and are concerned to ensure that both local human cultures and their environment are enhancedContinue reading “Ecotourism”