Travel: Let Your Wanderlust Take Flight

Travel: Let Your Wanderlust Take Flight

 We've curated some inspiring travel content just for you! From captivating books to a fun city travel guide, we're hoping the following will fuel your wanderlust and get you dreaming about your next destination.

Fall Reading List

Travel Inspiration: Fall Reading List

  1. "Lands of Lost Borders: A Journey on the Silk Road" by Kate Harris
    This book is well-known for its adventurous and insightful narrative along the Silk Road.

  2. "The Salt Path" by Raynor Winn
    It gained popularity for its inspiring story of resilience and outdoor adventure.

  3. "The Soul of a Woman" by Isabel Allende
    While not strictly a travel book, Isabel Allende's work has a large following, and her insights into women's empowerment resonate with many.

  4. "Tracks" by Robyn Davidson
    This is a classic in the genre of women's travel literature and has a dedicated readership.

  5. "The Lost Girls" by Jennifer Baggett, Holly C. Corbett, and Amanda Pressner
    The book's appeal lies in its narrative about friendship and a year-long global adventure.

  6. "The Only Street in Paris: Life on the Rue des Martyrs" by Elaine Sciolino 
    This book is popular for its charming exploration of a single street in Paris, making it appealing to lovers of travel and culture.

    Vancouver City Guide

    Hidden Gem: Exploring the Streets of Vancouver, Canada

    This tailored city guide will allow you to explore Vancouver's natural beauty, appreciate Indigenous art and culture, dive into the world of books, and experience the city's fashion and culinary scenes. Enjoy your visit to Vancouver!


    Stanley Park: Start your day with a visit to Stanley Park. Take a leisurely walk or rent a bike to explore the scenic seawall and the Totem Poles. Be sure to enjoy the lush greenery and stunning views.


    Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art: Head to the Bill Reid Gallery in downtown Vancouver. Explore the art and culture of the Northwest Coast Indigenous peoples through the remarkable works of celebrated Haida artist Bill Reid.


    Gastown: After your visit to the gallery, stroll through Gastown and have lunch at a trendy spot like "L'Abattoir," known for its innovative Canadian cuisine and stylish atmosphere.


    MacLeod's Books: Spend your afternoon at MacLeod's Books, a hidden gem for book lovers. Discover rare and used books in this cozy, independent bookstore.

    Late Afternoon:

    Fashion Exploration: Continue your day with some fashion exploration. Visit the boutiques in Gastown, Robson Street, and explore unique finds in Chinatown's emerging fashion scene.


    Dinner at Mackenzie Room: A popular farm-to-table eatery in Vancouver's East End. Here, Chef Sean Reeve and his team transform Pacific Northwest ingredients into inventive dishes with witty names like 'Rhubarbara Streisand' and 'A Tripe Called Quest.' Opt for 'I Want It All' to savour the entire menu at a fixed price, and don't miss their delightful selection of off-menu natural wines.


    The Keefer Bar: After dinner, head to The Keefer Bar, a stylish cocktail lounge in Chinatown. Try one of their creative, Asian-inspired cocktails in an intimate and trendy setting.

    Happy Travels, HC


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