January 10, 2017

Finn Slough: Historic Place that Inspires, Informs, and Entertains

There’s a little piece of land outside of Vancouver, Canada, that triggers your imagination. It’s a collection of small sheds, float houses, and boats almost hidden from the main street by overgrown bushes. Time has stopped here; it’s like looking […]
July 8, 2016

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park: Vancouver’s Playground

A Squirrel’s-Eye View of Capilano River One of Vancouver’s iconic landmarks, Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver is a place that triggers childhood memories. The wobbly suspension bridge, treetop canopies, labyrinth-like cliff walk make us feel like being a kid […]
June 27, 2016

Let There be Land… The Creation Story of Wendat

According to The Book of Genesis… “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the […]
June 20, 2016

Val Jalbert: The Story Continues

The ghost town of Val Jalbert is a lot more cheerful than it sounds. Led by the real-life figures of the village, visitors are invited to travel back to the 1920s. The town of Val Jalbert was established in 1901 […]
June 17, 2016

Via Ferrata Madness in Quebec: Walking on the Iron Road

So, let’s talk about via ferrata. How many of you have done it or even heard of it? The first time I got to know this foreign concept was while translating Sabah Tourism’s website from English to Korean back in […]
October 26, 2011

Château Frontenac: the Most Photographed Hotel in the World

  Looks familiar? Château Frontenac, the historic building located in Quebec City, is the most photographed hotel in the world and the most famous landmark of Quebec City, Quebec. Just like the reputation, most of the postcards I could found […]