Did you know: The name Coober Pedy (Australia) comes from the Aboriginal term Kupa piti, possibly meaning ‘white man in a hole.’ Some say it’s a reference to opal mines; others to the early miners’ choice to live underground.

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Posted on Tuesday, January 12, 2021

We wish you all a Happy healthy Holiday Season.


See what "Staycations" we got up to in 2020 and know that "Around the corner or around the world we will be here for you!"


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Posted on Friday, December 18, 2020

 Going Places!

 

Some of our clients are asking if people are travelling again.  Surprisingly, more people are flying places than you might expect – albeit mostly within Canada.  Few are flying for the fun of it – mostly people are travelling on essential business or for urgent friends-and-family issues.  That being said, many savvy travellers are taking advantage of future deals and the temporary...

Posted on Thursday, November 19, 2020
Touring “The County” in Southern Ontario
 
When I was growing up in Southern Ontario, Prince Edward County (PEC) was a sleepy farming community with a few small villages and towns that no one had any particular reason to visit. In the past decade, however, Prince Edward County, located about 200 km east of Toronto and 200 km west of Montreal, has become a first class tourist destination, as well as a home of some very promising new wineries.
 
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Posted on Saturday, June 24, 2017

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Posted on Friday, January 6, 2017