My Travels Throughout North America

As a freelance travel journalist I have the privilege of traveling around the world on assignment. Here are some of the articles I’ve written for various publications about my travels throughout North America, which includes Canada and the United States.

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TravelPulse/ Vancouver: An Authentic First Nations Experience in Vancouver, Canada

Few destinations offer as much of an immersive experience into the rich heritage of First Nations culture as does VancouverCanada. While Vancouver is well-known for its friendly citizens, diversity, extensive art scene, a variety of restaurants and incredible coastal scenery, which includes lush rainforest and mountainous terrain, it’s also the traditional homeland to the Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil Waututh and Coastal Salish peoples.

TravelPulse/ Quebec: Eat Like a Rock Star During Festival d’ete de Quebec

With over 325,00 attendees, it’s one of the biggest music festivals in North America and yet the Festival d’ete de Québec still flies under the radar for most Americans. In fact, only 10% of festival attendees are from the US. Here are a few reasons why that’s crazy. For starters, FEQ is older than Woodstock. It all began in 1968 by a pharmacist who pulled together a few businessmen and artists with the intent to highlight local artists.

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TravelPulse/ Canadian Rockies: The Ultimate Canadian Adventure

Countless superlatives could describe my experience journeying across Canada onboard VIA Rail’s The Canadian. Experiencing a cross-country train ride has always been on my bucket list despite some major reservations. Would I feel claustrophobic? What if I get bored? Will I feel trapped? What I didn’t consider was the fact that Canada—being the incredibly beautiful, scenic and vast country it is—couldn’t be a more ideal destination to explore by train.

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TravelPulse/ Saskatchewan: 15 Best Places To Taste The Saskatoon Culinary Scene

Known as “the bread basket of Canada”, Saskatchewan is home to 44 percent of the country’s farmland—a major reason why this city’s eateries and bars offer some of the freshest seasonal ingredients around. From multi-course meals incorporating locally foraged herbs and produce to authentic perogies at what could be the only perogie drive-thru in the world, here’s our list of top spots to eat and drink while in Saskatoon, Canada.

TravelPulse/ Quebec: 50 Years of Quebec’s Most Popular Music Festival

This 11-day summer event serves as the most anticipated music festival for Quebecois. And it’s not just young people getting in on the action. You can find every age partaking in the festivities—even children. Everyone joins in on the revelry. This year marked the 50th Anniversary of the FEQ. In addition to being the oldest music festival in Quebec, it’s also one of the largest non-profit music events in the world

The Daily Meal/ Quebec: What to Know Before Spending the Night in Quebec’s Famed Hôtel de Glace

The Hôtel de Glace is the only ice hotel in North America made completely from ice and snow — 500 tons of ice and 30 thousand tons of snow, to be exact. In addition to 44 rooms and themed suites, the temporary structure includes an ice chapel where people can marry, a large ice slide suitable for all ages, a Nordic area with steaming hot tubs and a sauna under the stars, and the absolute coolest ice bar you’ll ever see.

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