Canada: The Best Place to Go on a Vacation

I love to travel, and take vacations. I prefer to travel between continents and not in the Asian region. I love to travel to countries outside my own borders to experience the culture, history, architecture, and customs of that country. You can also find those attractions online and in books. I don’t want my itinerary to be dictated or controlled by a tour operator. I travel not just to visit places and take photographs for souvenirs. I travel to live a life that is beyond my borders. Ensure your visit to Canada from the UK is a smooth, enjoyable experience please read on ETA Canada Visa on the new Electronic Travel Authorisation requirements for air travelers.

I prefer to travel by automobile. I’m fortunate to have someone who enjoys long driving, but also shares my passion about travel, scenery and culture. He loves walking, exploring and discovering new things, no matter where he is, in both big cities and in the forest and woods. We drive into the city’s heart. We park the car at a place and explore the city.

I long to experience all the seasons. To feel the warm warmth of the fireplace, to dance in the Spring’s colorful beats, to run in summer’s scorching sun, and to be breathless by the brilliant colors of Autumn. All my daydreams of these seasons ended, even those I had in school. I had done things I didn’t do: camping in a tent and in a camp trailer, fishing in the lakes and rivers for trouts, kayaking and trekking in a Honda 4-wheeler drive. I also had the opportunity to harvest strawberries, raspberries, blueberries in New Orleans and Canada. I took boat rides and cruises and got lost in translation. I also walked under hailstorms, snow-plowed our driveway with a five-foot snow pile, made the best muffins, pizzas and pasta, and was the Canadian Tourtiere. There are many more things that I would love to share in a book.

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