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Brad Donaldson is a writer and editor proudly based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Although his roots are in Canada, his desire to see more of the world frequently takes him away from home. His work, both as an editor and writer, has appeared in local newspapers and publications.

10 of the Coolest National Parks You’ve Never Heard Of

There are 58 national parks in America, their landscapes ranging dramatically from canyons and mountains to sand dunes and islands. Conversations regarding these majestic wonders are often dominated by big names such as Zion,...

Your Day Trip Guide to Santa Barbara, California

When planning a classic California road trip, remember that Los Angeles is almost always the ideal starting point — think of it as a springboard to the countless destinations that lie just a few...

Best American Cities for Craft Beer Lovers

It’s a great time to be a beer lover — especially if you’re living in or plan on visiting the U.S. any time soon. Stretched across the land of the free, more and more...

Top Bucket List Destinations for Americans

It’s safe to say that most people these days have some sort of bucket list. And according to a recent survey, Americans are motivated to create these lists based on a variety of factors,...

How to Pack in a Carry-On (And Save)

One of the easiest ways to save a few bucks on your next adventure is by packing strategically. This means leaving your big suitcase in the closet and making do with the space you...
Justin Zackham and his family walk along the beach with palm trees in the background

A Real-Life ‘Bucket List’: One Screenwriter’s Quest to Visit Every Country With His Family

Justin Zackham and his family are en route to a new world record, aiming to be the first family to visit each of the world’s 195 sovereign nations. It’s a lofty goal, but as...

A Neighborhood Guide to Toronto

Simply put, Toronto is massive. With a population of almost three million, a hulking skyline, and a labyrinth of giant freeways circling the city limits, Toronto might not appear to be the most welcoming...

How to Spend a Day in the Distillery District

The Distillery District is one of Toronto’s most unique attractions. Originally a mid-19th-century distilling complex for Gooderham and Worts, the neighborhood has stayed true to its roots, keeping its brick buildings and cobblestone streets...

A Toronto For Every Type of Traveler

Between its stadiums, green spaces, historic architecture, and impressive art galleries, Toronto is a city that caters to every type of traveler. Whatever it is that inspires your wanderlust, you’ll find a world to...

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