Posts By: Chris Dugas

Top Beaches on the Big Island

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If you love the surf as much as we do, you can’t go wrong picking one of the top beaches on Hawaii’s Big Island for your next vacation destination. Whether you’re looking to do some surfing, boogie boarding or snorkeling, or maybe just kicking back and soaking up the sun is your goal – the Big […]

Which Hawaiian Island is right for you?

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There has always been a certain mystique for me surrounding the Hawaiian Islands. Having travelled extensively through Mexico and a dozen or so Caribbean Islands, Hawaii was one destination at or near the top of my tropical travel wish list. We had the distinct pleasure of experiencing Hawaii and all its magical splendour this past December. […]

The Pros & Cons of All Inclusive Resorts

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Don’t get me wrong, I love Canada. It’s just the winters I can do without. Especially after getting pounded with 30 inches of snow this past weekend, this is traditionally the time of year when I start to fantasize about a Caribbean getaway. The warmth, the sunshine, the sand, the surf, the lush vegetation, (did I mention […]

It’s official. I need a vacation.

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Every now and then, people get in a rut. As co-owner of a successful marketing and graphic design company, I am very fortunate to have a job that I absolutely love. My credo has always been – being able to do something creative for a living is one of life’s greatest gifts. I’m happy to say […]

Hiking Trails in St. Thomas, Ontario

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One of our favorite family activities in autumn is hitting the local hiking trails. The fall months provide the perfect environment – sunny skies, cooler temperatures and a beautiful landscape awash with red, orange and yellow. And as an added bonus – no bugs! Southwestern Ontario actually boasts hundreds of hiking trails of varying degrees […]