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Helen Suk
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Honoured by this feature in a Danish magazine about inspiring women who travel!

Thank goodness for Google Translate!

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It's that time of year again in Canada! Find out where to find maple syrup in Toronto, from sugar shacks to Canadiana-themed restaurants.

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A Peru travel guide for the country's diverse geographical, ecological and historical treasures.

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In the sleepy city of Chiang Rai, Thailand, I found unique cultural attractions and the perfect bowl of khao soi. Check out my blog post to find out more!

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This is Wat Rong Khun, commonly known as the White Temple, in Chiang Rai. It's the most unique Buddhist temple in Thailand and truly extraordinary - in its artistry, architecture and religious symbolism. Its message: only until we overcome temptation and greed can we finally achieve enlightenment. Click on the image to learn more.

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2017 is the year my country celebrates its 150th anniversary of confederation. Know what that means? FREE admission to over 200 national parks and historic sites for the whole year, plus celebrations in our capital city, Ottawa. It's one of the reasons the New York Times named Canada the #1 destination to visit in 2017. Come visit!

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NEW POST: Here's a round-up of more travel tips for Prince Edward County. I've visited three times this year already simply because I adore this destination in Ontario - and I bet you will too.

#ExploreCanada

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This is Waupoos Winery, the most picturesque winery I've visited in the County, right on the edge of the lake. I stopped here for a fantastic lunch and tasting, and left with 2 bottles of wine. 
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Hotels in Prince Edward County like the Drake Devonshire garner a lot of attention, but Jackson's Falls Inn is a boutique property I knew I wanted to visit as soon as I stumbled across it during my research. The unique inn is an homage to the owner Lee's Mohawk descent, where dream catchers and native art offer a glimpse into her heritage. And the restaurant? It's a converted school house, complete with a chalkboard menu, restored canoe from the movie Dead Man, and aboriginal-inspired cuisine. If you want character, warmth, fascinating stories and a home away from home yet a new, unique experience, this is the place.
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NEW POST: If you find yourself in northern Thailand, Mae Salong is a place worth visiting. It's just 2 hours from Chiang Rai and one heck of a scenic drive.
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