A look back to our best adventures in 2022, a year we were able to fully explore Canada again from coast to coast!
A look back to our best adventures in 2021, an unforgettable year of weather weirdness and pandemic uncertainty.
Magnificently mountainous Okanagan Mountain Park, British Columbia, offers incredible paddling and hiking opportunities – here’s a complete guide, with campground details, trail descriptions, safety tips and more
A look back our best adventures (all socially distanced outdoor ones!) in 2020, one of the strangest years of all our lives
Back in late 2017, I wrote a post that declared we would be travelling full time indefinitely. We had quit our jobs in Penticton, BC, and were preparing to cross Canada in our (not yet converted) van. Almost three years to the day, I felt it was a good time to give you an update!
The Acadians, were the first permanent settlers of Canada from Europe. This post will explain you everything you need to know about the Acadian people and Acadian history.
Hidden in the deep green valleys of Vancouver Island’s Strathcona Park is the Della Falls trail to Canada’s highest waterfall. Read about our experience and follow the guide to visit Della Falls yourself
2019 was an incredible year for us, with so many amazing adventures and professional achievements. Here are our highlights, including eight backcountry trips, diving in Thailand and a stay at a mountain lodge in the Rockies
My, oh, my, 2018 was something of a crazy year for us. Here’s our highlights, including blogging conferences, a holiday on PEI and lots of outdoor adventure
This quarter started with a whirlwind of a 4000km road trip across the North American continent and ended with Christmas in Perth, Australia. Here’s a taste of everything we have been up to since then.
Gifting can be a tricky thing, especially when choosing items for people who prioritise travel over everything else. If you have a friend or family member who never seems to be in one place for long, here are some tried and tested ideas
This quarter took us to five provinces, one state, a travel conference and over 10,000+ km in our converted van. Plus, we’ve got some big news about our next steps….
It’s time for a more personal update in the life of Off Track Travel. Here’s the lowdown on what we’ve been up to this April, May and June! Spoiler: it involves quite a bit of travel around Eastern Canada, a van conversion, citizenship ceremony and plenty of seafood!
As much as I love writing about our adventures, it sometimes takes a bit of time to get these experiences onto this site. After all, there are only so many hours in a day and yet so many places and stories to share! This is a new series to update you on what we’ve been doing lately and future plans.
All the details about how I became a Permanent Resident of Canada via the common law sponsorship route and my journey to future Canadian citizenship
Another year almost over! 2017 was the year we decided to make some big changes in our lives. In November, we headed out on the road to travel indefinitely.
A major life update – we’re going on the road indefinitely as digital nomads earning a living online. Here’s all the info about our plans
While we didn’t move this year or even leave British Columbia much, we still had an awful lot going on. For one thing, November marked our five year anniversary of living in Canada together. Work changes, visitors and lots of outdoor adventure – here’s all the highlights of our year!
A few things I have picked up after a half decade in Canada
For Canada, Penticton offers a pretty mild winter. Snow occasionally falls and then disappears a few days later, maybe a week tops. For this reason amongst many others, Penticton is a great place to visit in weekend. Here’s a little walking tour of Penticton’s Okanagan lakefront area in winter.