Two and a half hours from Halifax, the metropolitan city centre of the entire Maritimes, lies a National park of outstanding beauty. Where lakes, islands, trees, rivers and streams converge and form the 404 square kilometer national park known as Kejimkujik National Park. Looking at the name of this park, one might think “That has […]
Ah yes, it has finally arrived! One of my favourite Canadian holidays. People from coast to coast to coast put down their pens, close their books, shut down their computers, tuck in their roll-e-chairs that cause them lower back pain and say “Its go time baby!”. Canada Day, Dominion Day, La Fetes Du Canada, or […]
While this post may be a bit late (Blame my brothers wedding in Mexico and my consistency for procrastination), I was fortunate enough to catch almost all of the free concerts held at Celebration Square for the 2011 Canada Games. If you’re from Halifax, you may be wondering “Where’s Celebration Square”, well for reasons unbeknownst […]
After a long night of partying with some new friends in the famous Halifax Nightlife, waking up before Noon was the last thing I wanted to do. As the haze in my brain slowly turned into semi-normal thought patterns, I remembered. “Crap! I’m going whale watching today!” I Hauled what was left of me into the […]
Okay, so I’ve been living in Halifax for what seems like only a few months, but has really been closer to like 7 months, all of which have been the cold wintery types that don’t make you want to do much but stay in and avoid the cold. To this day there is still a […]
A couple things you need to know before watching this video. 1. Matt Mays is the cats pajamas. 2. Sam Roberts is the bee’s knees. So if you haven’t heard of either them for some reason, hit up iTunes and check them out. They’re some of the few true blue rockers left in the music […]
Nifty islands are pretty common throughout the Maritimes. Many of them prove to be an eco-tourists dream come true. However, almost all of them tremble at the feet of one of the wildest, most dangerously awesome islands on the east coast of Canada. Sable Island Nicknamed the Graveyard of the Atlantic, Sable Island has been […]
My older brother made a surprise visit from Regina a few days back, so I took him out to the Lawrencetown district and showed him some of the neat little beaches along the coast. Despite how cloudy it looks it was actually a really nice day out. Go warm winter days.