Last Tuesday, a few of us decided to get away from the suburbs and step into nature. A longtime favourite place to go to is the Forks of the Credit Park in Caledon, Ontario – a great hiking trail near Toronto.
If you love to travel, you’ve probably realized how each trip is unique and leaves you with memories that will always follow you around like a bright shadow. So how can you take your love of travel and make sure you do it right? Easy, by respecting where you go and what you do. Here are 10 tips from the ultimate guide to sustainable travel!
Backpacking is awesome. And having the right backpack for your travels is a must. I realized this after trying out a few bags and finally settled on what I think is the best travel backpack: Osprey Farpoint 70L. I absolutely love this bag, and here’s why.
Cambodian food is quite unique—with dishes such as fish amok (aromatic fish curry cooked in a banana leaf) and lort cha (short rice noodles stir-fried in a flavorful sauce). However, other cuisines like Mexican, Indian, Korean, and more can still be found in Cambodia and I am always curious to try them out. That’s how I found the best Indian food in Cambodia!
Cambodia bike tours are a fun and relaxing way to see the country, so we decided to try it out on the Mekong Islands in Phnom Penh. We went with a company called Grasshopper Adventure Bike Tours who I would highly recommend. Our guides, Amom and Pros, were very professional, funny, and just great people.