I will confess that I read more books than I watch movies, but I do have a couple of favourite movies that have inspired my travels. Here are 8 movies to inspire your next travel adventure.
When I was 14 years old, my family sold everything and the four of us (Mom, Dad and my sister Jennifer) moved aboard a 35 foot sailboat. We left Nova Scotia in November 1986 and the impending winter weather chased us down the east coast of the United States. We spent six months cruising the outer island of the Bahamas – the travel brochures don’t lie, it really is that beautiful – before wintering in Florida and then returning to Canada.
Toronto is a modern, bustling city with a wide range of modern attractions and sights including museums, galleries, sports venues and shopping malls. But if you know where to look, you can enjoy some only-in-Toronto activities.
Summer is nearly over and that means that those of us living in Canada and northern US are already thinking about escaping harsh winter conditions by seeking out warm weather escapes. But there is an alternative to the high priced winter getaway – travel to locations in the off-season.