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Welcome to Travel by Numbers!

Travelling is all about the numbers: how much is a taxi, a beer, a meal or a ticket to an attraction? How far is the city from the airport? How do prices for things compare to back home? How long is the flight, a trail or a boat ride? Much of our planning revolves around the numbers so we try to relay these details to you via popular currencies.

Here on our website you’ll find links to all of our Travel by Numbers travel vlogs, additional blogs and musings from our trips – and more.

Travel plans for 2020

Currently on our radar but not locked in:

  • Elora Gorge (Ontario, Canada)
  • Quebec City, QC, Canada
  • Portland, Maine, USA
  • Azores Islands (Portugal)
  • Faroe Islands
  • Ireland
  • North Caicos, Middle Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands
  • Planning international travel

Travel plans for 2021

  • Cascais, Lisbon, Porto (Portugal)

Our latest vlog:

The Toronto Christmas Market is one of the best in the world, making it one of the most popular events of Toronto’s holiday season. Inspired by the Old World and influenced by the new, this month-long event celebrates the sounds, sights and scents of Christmas.

Set in the Victorian-era, cobblestone-lined Distillery Historic District, the Christmas Market brings together local craftspeople, musicians and artisanal food-makers for a truly festive experience. Sip on mulled wine and European-style Christmas cocktails as you browse through the selection of hand-made ornaments, wood carvings and crafts. Then cozy up by the fire or take in carollers, brass bands and authentic European dancers. Don’t forget to stop by the giant Christmas tree for your Instagram moment.

Next series: Antigua

We are excited to announce that our next travel series will be for the small West Indies island of Antigua.

Antigua is one of the 2 major islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda. Ringed with coral reefs, the island is known for its many sandy beaches. Set along English Harbour, restored Nelson’s Dockyard, which Admiral Horatio Nelson made his base in the 1780s, includes a marina and the Dockyard Museum. Trails lead up to Shirley Heights, a former military lookout with panoramic views.

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