This year on the blog, I’ve decided to add a category called ‘Uncovered Discoveries’ – this category will feature resorts, experiences, tours that I have uncovered through research and find personally appealing and interesting. They won’t be places or experiences I have personally tried [yet], but will be more about highlights of the resort/activity/tour and what has drawn me to it (and hopefully you too!), inspiring thought and ideas. Here’s the first one of 2019 - gorilla trekking art Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp in Uganda.
If you have actually seen my homepage recently, you might be familiar with the few updates I have noted for 2019. This is more of a FYI post for readers to know what’s coming up and what to expect from Nicole Buzzing moving into 2019.
Traditionally, women are thought of as being the mooshy ones – the more “romantic” of the two. Women are the ones who love rom-com movies, who like to snuggle, who plan and cook fancy dinners, who remember all of the special dates, and put their partner’s needs before their own. I’m confident in saying that this stereotype is not true, especially not in my own relationship.
Guest post written by Shelley Trupert, Outdoorsy
Images provided by Nicole Buzzing
Ontario is full of such diverse and wonderful travel options. Every region offers something new and interesting to every kind of RVer, especially those who love the great outdoors, amazing scenery and exploring new territories.
Travelling around Ontario in an RV opens your world up to new possibilities, giving you the enviable chance to visit new hiking spots, search new trails and venture into different areas.
Below are our top picks of RV parks around Ontario. We've included a variety of landscapes, hopefully opening your eyes up to new destinations and giving you the chance to immerse yourself in Ontario, as you've never done before. Enjoy.
In addition to my Disney Experience post (Part 1) last week, the second half of our Orlando trip was spent at Universal Studios. Universal was, for the most part, more enjoyable than Disney was for a few different reasons, but I think the weather definitely had a big part to play. The lines were significantly longer, but the rides were more adult-themed and more fun for the whole family rather than just the kids. Here is an overview of our adult trip to Universal (without kids and with lots of flexibility), as well as observations and tips for future Universal Studios visitors.
I’m working my way through life in Canada and traveling when I can afford to explore beyond the border. Sharing my tips, trips, opinions and rants on life and travel in the meantime.