CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA2019-09-27T17:29:33+00:00

Traveling to Central & South America

South America is the 4th largest continent. It is made up of 12 countries and 3 independent territories.

Most of our explorations here have included using the talents of tour operators to show us the country.

Surrey BC Food is a Feast for the Senses

Where to Find the Best Food in Surrey BC If you are a foodie, there's a plethora of ethnic restaurants on the famous Surrey Spice Trail. The Spice Trail is a self-guided tour with over 60 ethnic restaurants and cafés across the city. It showcases Surrey BC food in a convenient way that's easy to follow. Surrey is one of the fastest-growing cities in North America. Its vibrant multicultural and ethnic population has [...]

February 23rd, 2024|Categories: Canada, North America, VW Blog|Tags: , , , |

Best Things to Do, See, and Eat In Southeastern New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick, one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces, offers many activities and sights for travellers. It is the largest of the three Maritime provinces and shares a border with Quebec and Nova Scotia and an international border with the State of Maine.  With its diverse landscapes, rich history, and world-renowned seafood, this beautiful Atlantic province has something for everyone.  Did You Know? New Brunswick is the only Canadian province that is officially bilingual [...]

Is Graceland Worth Visiting? Tips for First-Time Visitors

Best Tips for First-time Visitors to Graceland Have you had the chance to visit Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee? If not, you may be wondering if Graceland is worth visiting. Keep reading to find out! Graceland is the second most visited residential property in the United States, after the White House in Washington, D.C. Whether you’re a big fan of Elvis Presley or interested in the music history, Graceland won't disappoint. We think Graceland [...]

January 9th, 2024|Categories: North America, Tips & Tricks, Travel, United States, VW Blog|Tags: , |

Princess Cruise Line’s 360 Experience: A Feast for the Senses

Dinner and A Show Most of you have heard of dinner and a show. The recent immersive dinner experience on the Princess Cruise Lines ship Discovery Princess takes it to a new level. Our experience started with a signature welcome drink, made with vodka and blue curaçao, decorated with the 360 logo in foam on the top. Little did we know that the blue would be reminiscent of the Mediterranean Sea. Next, we [...]

December 29th, 2023|Categories: VW Blog|Tags: , , , , |

Wineries of New Brunswick

Do you enjoy discovering new wines? Then look no further than the wineries of New Brunswick, Canada. New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces. It offers an abundance of activities and sights for travelers to enjoy. With its diverse landscapes, rich history, and world-renowned seafood, there's something for everyone in this beautiful Atlantic province. People often drive through New Brunswick on their way to one of the other provinces. We think [...]

What to do in Cumberland BC

What to do in historic Cumberland, BC Cumberland, British Columbia (BC), population 2800, is in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, about a 2.5-hour drive from Victoria. It was a coal mining community from 1888-1966. Mine workers came from Europe, China, and Japan to work for the Union Coal Company, owned by Robert Dunsmuir. The village was first called Union after the name of the mining company. If you're wondering what to do [...]

September 29th, 2023|Categories: Canada, North America, VW Blog|Tags: , , , , , |


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