• Ottawa Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Ottawa Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Canada’s capital is located in a valley along the Ottawa River in the province of Ontario, close to the American border. Ottawa is the country’s fourth-largest city and attracts more than 7 million visitors each year. Come to Ottawa to celebrate its quality of life, to explore its waterways and to enjoy its many cultural attractions. This modern centre for technology and science still has a deep appreciation for ceremony and history. Often thought of as a winter destination, this city comes to life during the warmer months when locals enjoy the pop-up terraces on the waterfront and have outdoor meals in culinary districts such as Little Italy. Go for a…

  • PRO CAMP TABLES – by Front Runner
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    PRO CAMP TABLES – by Front Runner

    Front Runner bietet 3 Tische in 2 verschiedenen Größen an. Der Standard- Campingtisch und den schmaleren Zubereitungstisch. So wie eine Version des Zubereitungstisches mit einem Ausschnitt für ein Waschbecken. Unsere Tische sind ideal für die Zubereitung, das Servieren und verzehren von Speisen. Einfach sauber zu halten und ideal für eine gemütliche Runde im Camp. Die Tische bestehen aus: Der hochwertigen Edelstahlplatte und einem pulverbeschichteten Aluminiumrahmen, zusammenfaltbaren Tischbeine aus Aluminium und abgerundeten Nylonecken die Verletzungen oder Beschädigungen an anderen Gegenständen verhindern. Die hygienischen, leicht zu reinigenden Edelstahlplatten sind genau das, was die “Profis” in Restaurants auf der ganzen Welt verwenden. Diese Tische sind extrem robust! Probiere das nicht mit einem anderen…

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    Darwin Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory, in a place Australian’s like call, “The Top End”. Situated at the edge of the Timor Sea, the city is closer to Bali than to Australia’s other major capitals. Traditionally the home of the Larrakia People, Darwin was settled by Europeans in 1869. The city’s isolation has meant that it’s population has always been low, and that’s just the way locals like it. Darwin is very much a gateway city. It’s the gateway to wild outback adventures, …it’s the gateway to the Aboriginal Dreamtime, …and, it’s the gateway to a relaxed state of mind that you can only appreciate once you’re here.…

  • Niagara Falls Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Niagara Falls Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    The Niagara Falls are located on the border of Ontario Province, Canada, and New York State, U.S.A. The water flows from the Great Lakes, the world’s largest surface fresh water system, all the way down to the Atlantic Ocean. See one of the world’s most awe-inspiring displays of the power of nature- from the sky, from the foaming river below, or even from within arm’s reach. The Niagara River connects Lake Erie with Lake Ontario. But before it gets there, the water plunges down almost 170 feet in a straight drop. The volume of water that comes tumbling over the crest is overwhelming: Almost 170,000 cubic meters of water, that’s…

  • Auckland Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Auckland Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    In the far southwest of the Pacific Ocean lies Auckland. Home to some 1.5 million people, it is New Zealand’s most populous city. Auckland is the perfect base from which to explore the scenic coastline and hidden coves of the diverse North Island. Nicknamed the City of Sails, Auckland has more boats per capita than anywhere else in the world. In this city nestled between two big natural harbors, water is never far away… Auckland’s biggest landmark is Rangitoto Island, which can be seen from all over the city. As the country’s biggest city, Auckland has modern malls, spacious urban parks, and plenty of culture. Enjoy breakfast in the Elliot…

  • CAMPSITE REVIEW: Ussher Point Camping Area, Cape York
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    CAMPSITE REVIEW: Ussher Point Camping Area, Cape York

    Hi everybody I’m Leah. And I’m Brendon. And we are Track and Tide. We are currently in Cape York. We are going to do some reviews on the campsites up here. There are heaps of campsites up here, paid and free. So, hopefully you enjoy the video. So, hopefully you enjoy the video. G’day, we’re at Ussher Point on the East coast of Cape York. We’ve just driven 2hrs in here, on a very tight track. There are branches and trees overhanging the road. You are almost guaranteed to get some pinstripes so don’t bring your brand new cruiser in. So this is Queensland Parks camping area North of the…

  • Tokyo Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Tokyo Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is situated in the Kanto Region on the main island of Honsho. Tokyo’s greater metropolitan area has a population of over 35 million, making it one of the largest and most exciting megacities on the planet.   Rocked by earthquakes and scorched by war, this centuries old city has refused to kneel.  Just like the sun, Tokyo has continued to rise, blending the old with the new, and the new with tomorrow.   Tokyo is a spectacular matrix of villages, towns and cities, strung together by a subway and train system that never rests. Just like the Japanese pop culture monster Godzilla, Tokyo’s size and…

  • Washington D.C. Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Washington D.C. Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Washington D.C. is situated on the east coast of the USA, along the banks of the Potomac River. The city has an area of just under 70 square miles, but it sure packs a lot in! Washington was founded as the nation’s capital in 1791. As soon as you land here you get a sense of the power and history that this metropolis represents. Most visitors start at the National Mall, a two-mile green strip often referred to as “The Nation’s Front Lawn”. Clearly there’s no shopping to be done at this Mall. What it does offer is a sweep of the country’s most famous monuments and museums, all in…

  • Wildlands: Camping Below Freezing | WKND WNDR #010:  Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park ON
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    Wildlands: Camping Below Freezing | WKND WNDR #010: Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park ON

    This is Eric’s side trail needless to say I don’t think we will be crossing here *Music* alright just leaving work early on a Friday I said it was gonna be my last camping trip a couple of weeks ago but I lied. As you can see I’ve got my big backpack on. I’m going a little early so I’m not one of those people on TTC rush hour that brings giant bags and stuff I’m gonna meet my friend at Downsview Station and then we’re going to Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park this weekend. It’s going to be the coldest one I’ve been on – 4 or something tonight so…

  • Be An Outdoor Ambassador: How To Implement Low-Impact Camping Skills
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    Be An Outdoor Ambassador: How To Implement Low-Impact Camping Skills

    We go outside to wander and explore the adventurous spirit within ourselves. As a sea kayaker who spends a lot of nights and a tent, I want to encourage you to be mindful of the impact of your camp, and follow the ethics of Leave No Trace to preserve these outdoor places for generations to come. When camping in a popular area, I choose an established site rather than creating a new location which minimizes my impact. The most resilient campsites are found on rock outcroppings, gravel bars, sandy beaches, dry, grassy meadows, and in open forests. View these as ‘human friendly spaces’ where our time there will have the…