Vancouver, Canada is the real deal when it comes to outdoor adventure and there are a plethora of options from kayaking, to hiking, to exploring the rocky waterfront.
North America Travel Blogs
These are all of our North America travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
With Canada, Mexico and the United States, North America is a huge continent, and it’s one of the most diverse too. With the great white expanse of Canada, the heat and the deserts of Mexico, and pretty much everything in-between in the United States, there really is something for everyone in North America.
Recently we went on the all American road trip from Vancouver along the Oregon Coast to weird and wonderful Portland (which is just the way we like it by the way). Also, we recently headed over to Vancouver Island where we went on Tofino’s secret airplane crash hike, without a doubt one of the weirdest and eeriest hikes we’ve ever done. With so much to see and do in North America, it’s always an amazing place to travel around!
Tofino on Vancouver Island really is one of the most beautiful places we’ve ever been to. It’s like the best of Canada concentrated all in one place.
Tofino in British Columbia is known for its beautiful beaches, surf culture and gorgeous hikes. But now, you can add foodie haven to that list too.
We always knew Portland was cool, but we never knew it was so frickin’ weird too. Come watch what we got up to in the city (and yes, it does get freaky!)
We wanted to find the top 5 weird and wonderful things to do in Portland. Right, brace yourselves, things are about to get a little strange here.
You could spend an entire 72 hours in Portland just trying out different breweries and you still probably wouldn’t visit them all. And that’s if you didn’t sleep.
We decided you should learn some truly Canadian lingo just in time for Canada Day and while you’re at it, you might pick up some strange British slang!
Driving the Oregon and Washington Coast from Portland to Vancouver definitely adds hours, but makes for a drool-worthy road trip you won’t soon forget.
Celebrate National Caesar day in style and head down to one of these places. Yep, after much research and deliberation these are the best Caesars in Vancouver!
A renovated motor inn, The Jupiter Hotel is now a stylish and hip, central place to lay your head with everything you need, and it really is oh-so very Portland.
If you’re looking for an easy hike close to Vancouver then make sure you check out the stunningly Shannon Falls; it really is so beautiful here!
We’re getting the team back together! We felt that it was time for a wee reunion to bring you what you’ve always wanted – more content and more videos!
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San Cristóbal de las Casas is a hub for both Mexican and international tourists, and with Spanish charm and ingenious roots, it’s really no wonder why.
In this episode Macca and Brianna get a little taste of Oaxaca, a city that’s famous for its food, from eating tacos to deep fried crickets and live maggots.
It’s stunning to think a site such as Teotihuacan is only an hour outside of Mexico City, and these ancient pyramids are arguably the best in all of Mexico.
Does Mexico City have a bad reputation? Macca and Brianna experience just a snippet of the city, and they discover it is full of surprises.
Visiting Vancouver signified a number of milestones for Macca and Brianna as we see Vancouver through two different sets of eyes.