Calculated Traveller’s continuing quest for the best when it comes to travel gear leads us to TEST & REVIEW Icebreaker Merino Wool for cold weather travel.
Pack THIS not THAT. Calculated Traveller’s top 7 considerations to keep in mind when packing for a day trip. Making it easier to say NO to unnecessary items.
My evening of magic in art & food in Orillia Ont. included a vegan feast at Shine Juice Bar & a stroll through the downtown streets alive with art & music.
Calculated Traveller Ray tests and reviews the Mountain Hardwear HyperLamina Spark 35 Sleeping Bag on a 4-day Spring camping trip in Algonquin Park Ontario.
It’s a girl’s road trip to Texas gone wild and we are each creating our own masterpiece, our own souvenir and our own memory of a trip that we will remember for years to come.
Ahh… walking through the woods, with the snow lightly falling overhead, the crunch of the snow under foot and the only sound that you can hear is the rushing of the river and the sound of my snow pants.
In the brisk cold winter air, there is silence except for the jangle of the collars and the panting of the Purebred Siberian Huskies. No one speaks for fear of ruining the moment as the bright sun shines overhead and the dog sled makes its way down the trail.
16 Travel Bloggers share their Street Art Photos from around the world showing us that you don’t have to be inside an art gallery to see some fabulous art.
My afternoon tea experience at the Windsor Arms Hotel in Toronto Ontario was lovely & it has encouraged me to seek out more high tea experiences around the world as I travel.
Calculated Traveller has been a participant in quite a few winter activities in Ontario as of late. You can check the articles here This brought to mind a couple of situations that make photography a bit more challenging – snow and sand scenes. To understand these similar situations we need…
Close your eyes. Picture the most amazing aquarium that you can imagine. Elegant and exquisite fish of every shape, size, and colour, great white sharks swimming by, and perhaps even a giant sea turtle gracefully gliding through the water as you snap photos of it through the glass. Now imagine…
We surround the furnace watching instructor Terry Craig teach us the basics of glass blowing at Artech Glass Blowing Studio in Haliburton Ontario.
My first trip to Boston was by cruise ship. Here are my tips to check out the best of the city’s architecture, history & New England delights in 7 hrs!
The winter season winding down can only mean one thing in Toronto: The return of EdgeWalk Just as the name implies, EdgeWalk is an “extreme urban adventure” for brave (or crazy) souls who think it would be fun to walk along the edge of one of the world’s tallest free-standing…
On Ellicott Creek in Tonawanda New York the sun is shining and glistening on the mirror-like finish of the water as the 8 of us paddle our kayaks in silence with the occasional splash of the ducks or buzzing of flies…
From stunning state parks to impressive waterfalls and red-stained volcanoes, the USA has plenty of travel destinations for nature lovers to choose from.
The true story of 4 girls on their first ice fishing adventure to Lake Simcoe, Ontario with a bombardier ride, frostbite, murder, prop fish and an outhouse.
After sampling a satisfying amount of beer & food, Lea and Chris reflect on the top 5 reasons why Toronto’s Festival of Beer is an event you can’t miss!
The Via Rail train experience is seldom thought of by Canadians with the same excitement as places like Europe or Japan. It’s time we changed that…
Located an easy few hours north of Toronto on Lake Simcoe Jackson’s Point; The Briars Resort and Spa is homey, comfortable, welcoming and unpretentious.