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Deserted spaces in Labrador

Traffic in the world, what you experience in the process

We have recently reported a few times about our experiences with transport while traveling. Traveling not only means arriving, but for us it is also being on the move. On our travels around the world, we have repeatedly experienced that you can experience many exciting moments. Have you ever been prevented from driving by an elephant? ...
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Business Class Tickets from VIA Rail

Rail Travel Canada: Business Class

The loyal readers among you know that on our travels through Canada we are almost always in the car. Sometimes we switch to ferries or smaller boats, but otherwise we never travel in Canada by train. On our winter trip to Ottawa and Toronto, however, this time we decided to take a trip with VIA Rail. We wanted to train once ...
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A wine suitable for the menu

Our life as a travel blogger in the year 2014

What a year! We saw a lot, experienced even more. We met a lot of new people, made new friends and interviewed interesting people. We have been traveling at least once every month of this year, often two or even three times. We used a wide variety of modes of transport: by car, ferry and even by houseboat. We have new countries ...
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Lighthouse at Wilson's Point

Lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean: Miscou Island in New Brunswick

A lonely island in the Atlantic? How does that sound to you? When I think of something like that, I immediately think of the refreshing wind blowing from the sea, and I see lighthouses appear in the distance like a mirage from the fine haze that the morning leaves over long sandy beaches, until the sun has gained strength enough, for the last remnants ...
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Squaw Valley view from Top of Granite Chief Lake Tahoe

We ask travel bloggers: Where do you prefer to ski?

We are continuing our series of ski and winter travel topics with a survey among travel bloggers. We asked them which ski area they prefer to ski in. Your answers are surprisingly diverse: Clemens Sehi from Anekdotique tells us his: “My preferred ski area is Tyrol's youngest glacier, the Kaunertal Glacier. It is so beautifully located that even driving there ...
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Strolling bathers

Ostseebad Binz as in the old days

Experience the spa architecture of Binz as it once did. We wanted to know more about the stories in the Baltic Sea resort of Binz and the human fate that happened behind the scenes of these villas. Its facades demand to find out more about the people who once lived there and spent their holidays by the sea. When we found out about the month of resort architecture and that ...
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Only the end of the 19. In the 19th century, there were such beautiful dishes in Akadier households

Village Historique Acadien Caraquet - Renaissance of the Acadians

Village Historique Acadien Caraquet At the Village Historique Acadien Caraquet in New Brunswick, we saw how difficult it is to capture the history of a people or an ethnic group in words, books and in spirit. Until our visit to this museum village, we had made it easy for ourselves: most history books and travel guides say that the Acadians were from New ...
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The Gainsford House by 1833

Three attractions in Charlottetown, PEI

Three attractions in Charlottetown Prince Edward Island's capital, Charlottetown is not great. No wonder, since the province whose government city it is is the smallest in Canada. Nevertheless, it played an important role in the history of the country: this is where today's Canada was founded. And even so, the city offers some sights that you should not miss when visiting. We ...
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Dave's Lobster Tacos

Potatoes and crustaceans in Charlottetown

Only fries on our food tour on the trail of potatoes and crustaceans We want to learn about potatoes and crustaceans in Charlottetown, as they are the main food on Prince Edward Island. We are a bit surprised that we are only allowed to try French fries on potato dishes on a culinary tour through Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island. Boasts ...
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Welcome

Le Pays de la Sagouine

Le Pays de la Sagouine in Bouctouche Dorine is a celebrity in New Brunswick: the little woman who awaits us in Le Pays de la Sagouine has already commanded the prime minister of the province around. "He doesn't like dancing," she laughs. "But I tricked him. And how he can dance! And he can hit the spoons too!" Looking a little confused ...
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