Five Ways To Keep Fit and Active When Traveling

Five Ways To Stay Fit & Active When Traveling 1. Use Body Weight and/or Tabata Interval Training Schedules With No Equipment Empty #Pilates #reformer studio – looks a little like something out of #hellraiser A photo posted by North and South Nomads (@northandsouthnomads) on Mar 3, 2014 at 8:33am PST One of the best ways […]

Coyote Lake Harvey Bear Ranch Park California

There’s an Australian short story about dinosaurs lurking in the Canberra hills. I remember it vividly from my childhood, and I think it was in a collection of stories called Dreamtime. A pre-teen boy suffers from insomnia. He roams the streets of his Canberran suburb at night, and discovers that the grassy hills surrounding Canberra […]

On the road again – Toronto to California to the Rockies

  Our last trip to the States was disastrous. Fun, but still disastrous. My handbag was stolen in Las Vegas. This was not just a mild inconvenience. It’s a huge inconvenience, worry, panic and money-suck when that handbag contains: yours and your husbands passports; your work visa for the country you live in; your house keys […]

Top Five Bucket List Destinations

When you’ve visited Bora Bora, you get to wondering if that’s the bucket list completely done. I know there are other people who would put historical European castle tours and wonders of the world like the Egyptian pyramids at the top of their bucket list, but my perfect holidays include warm water, tropical islands, swimming […]

Hoover Dam – Las Vegas, Nevada

There is more to Las Vegas than gambling, drinking, shows (and show girls), and more gambling, and more drinking and more show girls. Hoover Dam, previously called Boulder Dam, sits in the Black Canyon (part of the Colorado River) on the border of Arizona and Nevada. And it’s a major tourist attraction, with almost one million […]