Snowbird Living

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Big city lights, suburban living or the charms of a small town? Whether you’re looking to downsize or simply make a change, we look at the benefits of each. »

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Let’s face it – we may be Canadians but we really don’t like the cold. That’s why so many of us flee to the sun during the winter. The actual numbers are »

JourneyWoman: Tips for Snowbirds

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Travelling south this winter? Here are five easy tips to make your experience as healthy, informed and comfortable as possible Review your health insurance policy carefully. Be positive that you have adequate »

Snowbirds Get More Days in the Sun

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It’s a trade-off that’s been happening for years: as soon as the cold weather hits, Canadian winter vacationers cross the border and travel south to enjoy the warm weather the U.S. Sunbelt »

Sun Getaway: Florida’s Atlantic Coast

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Multi-Gen getaway or champagne and polo ponies? Here, Florida’s Atlantic coast, two ways.   Multi-Gen: Bal Harbour If Caroline, the Mrs. Astor, were around today, she’d be happy to call the beachy »

Bangkok Cops Frame Foreigners

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Writing dangerously. A Canadian expat — who is using a nom de plume for reasons of safety – gives everythingzoomer.com an exclusive account of her experiences living in Asia. Here, Laura Fearn »

Las Vegas: A Culinary Tour in Pictures

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Gone are the days of the $3.99 all-you-can-eat-buffet (well, almost – now the buffets are conceived by top chefs and offer gourmet choices, and prices reflect it, too!). Regardless, if you’re a foodie, then Las Vegas is must-taste travel destination. »

Pensacola Dishes Up Great Seafood

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On the western end of the Florida Panhandle lies Pensacola, with its beaches and barrier islands, close to the Alabama border and less than a four-hour drive from New Orleans. And while »