7. January 2020.Reading time 15 minutes.
Mountains, (rain) forests, lakes, beaches, the sea, islands, rivers, waterfalls, cities – Vancouver Island has it all. So the question “What to do on Vancouver Island?” actually doesn’t arise: Get out of the house / tent / camper and simply drive on or hike – or be inspired by my favorite places.
5. January 2020.Reading time 7 minutes.
I admit: so far, hiking hasn‘t been one of my favorite pastimes. However, I didn’t want to miss the amazing view from Mount Arrowsmith over Vancouver Island. With no gondola going up, there was no other way but to climb through the forest and over rocks to the summit. Fortunately, there was a hiking partner – and motivator.
28. December 2019.Reading time 1 minute.
I found Vancouer Island very inspiring. Especially it’s lush forests. This is what I came up with after a visit to Rosewall Provincial Park.
18. November 2019.Reading time 7 minutes.
Vancouver – that’s a mix of San Francisco, New York and Frankfurt. Therefore, a combination of my favorite big cities. Alone and with my train friend Ben, who lives there, I explored the city.
24. October 2019.Reading time 2 minutes.
And suddenly I was flying a small plane. But only briefly. Because it was much more exciting to see Alberta from above.
26. August 2019.Reading time 11 minutes.
My ride on the VIA train was supposed to fulfill only one purpose: to take me from Toronto to Saskatoon. The journey took two and a half days. I spent both days looking out of the window to not miss a thing of Canada‘s beautiful scenery. A different type of fear of missing out. And in my fellow travelers, I have found friends for life.
21. June 2019.Reading time 7 minutes.
With the Niagara Falls, nature shows all its unbridled power. 18 million people from all over the world visit the world’s most famous waterfalls every year. They separate Canada and the USA – the first stop of my trip around the world.