This week we’re chatting about some of the best experiences across the great country of Canada. An immense country with plenty to see and do, in this week’s podcast we talk with an expert to learn about some highlights of traveling throughout Canada.
Canada is one of those travel destinations that isn’t flashy or over the top in drawing attention to itself, and yet it really is one of the best places in the world to visit. Partly thanks to its proximity, I’ve spent a fair amount of time exploring this immense country, from the Maritimes in the East to the Canadian Rockies in the West and everything in between. Although there’s still plenty left on my own Canadian travel bucket list, today I invited a guest to chat about everything that makes Canada fun for just about any traveler.
Tackling a travel subject like Canada in a single podcast of course isn’t possible, so this week we take a high level approach chatting about some favorite cities and provinces, food and drink that shouldn’t be missed and other fun experiences that can only be enjoyed in Canada.
On a personal note, I realize that we’re all still under quarantine and that the days when we can travel freely anywhere, Canada or not, are still a few months away. But, if you’re like me, a little escapism is necessary, to drown out the cacophony blaring across the TV screens if for nothing else. There will be a time when we travel again, when we are able to explore and experience the great world around us and that is what this week’s podcast is for, to start that process of planning and reawaken our sense of wanderlust.
This week’s guest
Christopher Mitchell is a travel content creator and Cofounder of the Toronto Bloggers Collective. He currently runs the website and brand “travelingmitch,” as well as being a Cofounder of the site and brand, “Ultimate Ontario.” He also runs the podcast Rick Steves Over Brunch, and has two more podcasts in the works. Finally, he’s the author of “A Local Travel Writer’s Guide to Toronto.” He’s travelled to 80 countries, lived on 3 continents, and looks forward to continuing to travel when the time comes.