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 […]

Medieval Times Toronto Giveaway

Medieval Times Toronto Giveaway We have an AWESOME giveaway just in time Christmas! We had a fantastic time visiting the Medieval Times Toronto Castle earlier this year. Now, we’re partnering with Medieval Times in Toronto to give four passes to one of our readers. Because of Canadian competition, sweepstake, and lottery laws, please remember to answer the […]

Tradition Bar San Francisco

Tradition Bar San Francisco The reputation of San Francisco’s Tenderloin District precedes itself. It’s traditionally been the roughest neighbourhood in the city, with its high crime rates and drug use. But as with the seedier area of most cosmopolitan cities, it’s becoming gentrified. There’s a portion of the San Francisco community that is outraged over […]

Telus Spark Calgary Alberta

Telus Spark Calgary Alberta Telus Spark is the perfect place to take your little children to… or your big adults! Located next to the Calgary Zoo, Telus Spark is Calgary’s newly constructed Science Centre, built on 18+ acres of reclaimed land. The Centre is highly interactive, with over 100 hands-on exhibits that are suitable for […]

Dave’s Travel Corner Writing Competition 2014

Remember our blog post The Stranger Side of Travel  (or See Dem Hills? I live in dem hills…) a couple of weeks ago? That post was written for a travel writing competition over at Dave’s Travel Corner. The winners were announced on 2 September. While we didn’t win the grand prize of $$$, cameras, and travel gear, we […]

California Academy of Sciences San Francisco

The California Academy of Sciences is a glorious mash-up of aquarium, gardens, geography, science and early history museums. It’s great for everyone from toddlers to adults, and it’s my favourite tourist attraction in San Francisco. The Academy is split over several levels: The Rainforest, the Aquarium, the Galapagos Islands, the Earthquake Zone, the Rooftop Garden, […]

The Stranger Side of Travel

Hello from Saskatchewan, readers! We’re posting on Friday instead of Thursday in the Northern Hemisphere due to a fantastic storm yesterday and a terrible internet connection. This will be a short one just to share our latest blog post over at Dave’s Travel Corner The Stranger Side of Travel. If you know me, South Nomad, well, […]