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When I talked to friends, strangers and fellow adventurers about my plans for to visit Manitoba, there was a unified response – why Manitoba? My first reason was that it was a province I hadn’t visited yet and seemed like the next best destination to conquer my goal of visiting every province and territory in Canada. […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog - Grey County Autumn Adventures

With the end of September comes the crisp, cool wave of the fall season. Hints of apple, cloves and cinnamon hang in the air as sweater weather creeps in. Whether you’re looking for adventure or just a beautiful getaway to enjoy the autumn colours, you’ve come to the right place. Break out the scarves, grab a […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: A Taste of Northern Ontario Road Trip

Ontario has an undeniable amount of natural beauty throughout the province. While we may not have the Rocky Mountains or access to a sea’s shoreline, we have plenty of other gems. Born and raised here in Ontario, we often take for granted that we can enjoy 4 of the 5 Great Lakes or that we host […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: Seeking Serenity in Ontario's Highlands

Wandering is defined as trusting to find exactly what you need, when you need it, and it’s no wonder that Ontario’s Highlands beckons you to come wander. Whether you’re looking for adventure or a place to slow down, there’s something for you. If you’re not sure what kind of wanderer you are, take the quiz at ComeWander.ca […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: Southwestern Ontario Beaches

When I hear summer, I immediately think beach time. Nothing beats sand between your toes and catching some rays on a brilliantly sunny day in July or August! Ontario has some amazing beaches, many of which are only a 2-hour drive from the GTA. With so many to choose from, it can be tough to […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: What Does Canada Mean to You?

Happy 150th Canada! Born and raised in the land of maple syrup, I’m proud to wear the maple leaf at home and away. I asked some fellow bloggers to share their stories of what Canada means to them, and it makes my heart swell. Today both native and honorary Canadians wear red and white proudly across […]