A small summary of how much we saved on travel for 2016. This gives you a view of how much we have spent, and the destinations we’ve been to.
New York is an expensive city to live and visit – with higher tax rates, limited space, and millions of tourists converging to the Big City, there’s only so much resources and space to share. However, in this article, we try to give you tips on how to survive New York City on a budget […]
Greetings! This is the first of our (hopefully) many blogs about Alaska. aptly titled our First Impressions of Alaska. Below are some links that may interest you if you want to read more about Alaska. Just a note: all these photos (including the wildlife ones) are taken by either me or Ruby. Some of them […]
Oh, Canada! The first thing I think of when I imagine Canada is the vastness of it. It’s the second biggest country in the world by total area, behind only Russia. If you wanted to drive across the whole of Canada, it would take you 2 full weeks! I also think of hockey rinks, […]
If you are going to Niagara Falls, the more ‘fun’ side is the Canadian side. There’s so many places to see and do in the Canada side, but after a while the falls can get boring. Two whole days is enough in Niagara Falls if you want to see both the American and the Canadian side. Other people just do this on a day trip, so it is perfect if you are looking for a quick weekend destination. Toronto is just 1 1/2 hours drive away from Niagara Falls, and Buffalo is 20-30 minutes away from the US side.
And so, we also provide more tips on where to go and what to do during your short long weekend getaway to Niagara Falls and Toronto in Canada. Here’s also a chance to tick off a bucket list item: standing between two countries at once.