Fiddleheads are a locally foraged delicacy in New Brunswick, Canada. We head into the woods, with a local chef, to pick our own and learn what other wild foods we can eat.
We share 8 great places to eat and drink local in Fredericton, New Brunswick, on Canada’s East Coast.
What does it take to be the #1 bed and breakfast in North America on a top travel booking site – not just once, but two years running? We travelled to Quartermain House in Fredericton, New Brunswick to find out.
New Brunswick, Canada has dramatic landscapes, charming cities and towns, and friendly people. Yet it’s a tragically underrated tourist destination. We share why you should care about this Maritime Province.
Even the best-laid travel plans require adaptability. We’re adjusting our motorhome adventure to cope with a tough family issue in Canada.
Sometimes you just can’t travel for health, money, or family reasons. We share 7 ways you can travel when you can’t leave home.
Road-trips are a fun way to visit different parts of the world. Here is our suggestion for a Canadian city road-trip from Halifax to Toronto.
Canada’s Maritime Provinces were founded by European immigrants. While most were French or English, you can find a taste of Dutch and German cuisine in restaurants and farms, near our hometowns.
As travellers, we dream for far-flung destinations; palm lined beaches, vibrant cities and postcard-perfect landscapes. But in our search for the exotic, we often neglect the unique and interesting places right on our doorstep. In over six years of travel writing, I have never once written about my hometown of Saint John, New Brunswick. Today I’m going to change that, by showing you my favourite thing about Saint John – The City Market.
One of the things I love most about living in Europe is the market culture. Even the smallest town has a place where locals can gather to buy fresh produce, meats, seafood, baked goods and handcrafts. I’ve fallen in love with markets in Paris, Arles, La Rochelle and Pau in France; Barcelona and Valladolid in Spain; London, Helsinki, Krakow and Amsterdam to say nothing of our fabulous markets here in Brussels. And yet, for years, I had neglected the one special place I had grown up with – The Saint John City Market.