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A Tale of Two Cities

by Matt Salisbury on 22 December 2014, 13:12PM A Tale of Two Cities When it comes to the questions you get asked in this job, ‘Would you like to go on a wildlife trip to Canada?’ was a pretty easy one to answer. It’s a country that I’d never previously visited, and the opportunity to head out onto the Saint Lawrence River to view whales and to head deep into the forests in an attempt to find moose was just too good to miss. Without doubt, the province of Quebec is one of stunning beauty, with the rolling landscapes of the Charlevoix Region, the riverside views from the Train of Le Massif and the awesome power of the Montmorency Falls amongst the delights that were enjoyed. But Quebec’s cities were just as impressive, and are certainly worthy of further exploration. The first of the two cities I’d spend time in during...
Going Wild

Going Wild

If you’re thinking about taking a holiday where the opportunity to marvel at the local wildlife features highly on the ‘to do’ list, then you aren’t really going to be short of options. From the big cats of the Maasai Mara to the monkeys of Gibraltar, and from the Little Penguins of Phillip Island to the elephants of Asia, the opportunities are almost endless when it come...
by Matt Salisbury on 17 November 2014, 10:11AM



J'aime Poutine

J'aime Poutine

As a student in the North of England, it’s a safe bet to say that my culinary experiences while away at university weren’t exactly of the Michelin Star variety. Instead, Fray Bentos pies that could be eaten from the tin, beans on toast and Pot Noodles were amongst the delights rustled up in my student kitchen in Preston, while - for a special occasion - chips, cheese and gravy from the...
by Matt Salisbury on 28 October 2014, 10:10AM



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