21st Century Tourism
21st Century Tourism

21st Century Tourism

Tourism stretches out now into areas with less traffic, less mass appeal... less "tourism", so to speak. Perhaps it's a bit ironic, yes, but people just want unique and authentic experiences without the fanfare. Paris and Disneyland will always have their draws... but in the midst of global urbanization, neighbourhoods like mine-- beautiful rural Ontario, Canada-- are finding their way on to the maps of families and tourists all around the world!


Crypto Travel Challenge Anyone?

17 Jan 2020 2 minute read 8 comments David P.

Lolli Lolli Oxen Free! That's right! You may be asking yourself, "What on Earth does traveling have to do with cryptocurrency?" Well, I'm here to tell you: nothing (if you want to be a stickler about it)... but it can play a huge role if we put our...

Being a Non-Douchey Vegan

10 Jan 2020 2 minute read 0 comments David P.

Whole... Plant-Based...Living Food... Vegan... It seems a bit strange that we now have recognizable buzz words and phrases for a diet that excludes all animal products. Not too long ago, most of us (including myself) would've called this type of diet...

Hot Travel Trend: COLD PLACES?

5 Jan 2020 2 minute read 0 comments David P.

Why did the city folks cross the road?To get out of the city, of course (and the suburbs)! That's a good one, right? Right? Okay, so maybe there are funnier jokes out there... but what I'm saying is no less true: urban populations are venturing fart...