Posts Tagged ‘canada’

Best in Travel: Canada, Havana and Mind-Blowing South Africa

Every Wednesday, we round up the best of the online travel media and feature it here on Best in Travel. To join in the fun, follow us on  on Twitter @WildJunket and tag your favorite stories with #WJmag. We’ll bring  t...


Best Cities to Learn French

Immersion is undoubtedly a great way to pick up a new language. Spending each and every day surrounded by native speakers fosters appreciation of the finer nuances of a language and provides plenty of scope for practice. There...



Vancouver’s Backyard: Away From the City

We’re a stone’s throw away from a few of Vancouver’s busiest streets, but with squirrels chattering in trees overhead, sun glimmering off the ocean surface, and cherry blossoms in full bloom, it sure doesn’t feel li...


A Snapshot of Vancouver’s Street Corner Food Scene

We’re standing outside food cart shaded under a red umbrella, a human line stretching away from it, the smell of roasting meat and spicy sauces blooming into the air. The metal cart is plastered with pictures of celebriti...



Whistler: Beyond the Slopes

After hosting the 2010 Winter Olympics and just wrapping up its annual World Ski and Snowboard Festival, Whistler has sealed in its reputation as a top destination for skiing and snowboarding. What impressed me during my visit,...


Best in Travel: Fried Tarantulas, Canada and Why Tip a Rickshaw Driver

Every Wednesday, we round up the best of the online travel media and feature it here on Best in Travel. To join in the fun, follow us on  on Twitter @WildJunket and tag your favorite stories with #WJmag. We’ll bring...



From the Road: Ski Festival in Whistler and Vancouver

It’s the perfect time to live on Canada’s west coast – here in Victoria, BC, the past few weeks have been a transition from our usual umbrella weather to long, sunny afternoons spent in flip-flops. To enjoy the last of wi...