Loughcrew Megalithic Centre, Ireland

Loughcrew Megalithic Centre, Ireland

  Rows of cragged trees with wandering branches lined the curvaceous roads along the River Boyne. I was on a tour with Irish Day Tours – the only tour group who featured the lesser known ancient Celtic Boyne Valley. Arriving at a white thatched roof cottage, restored as it was in 1800 Ireland, I was… Continue Reading

For The Love of Macarons & A Great Cause

For The Love of Macarons & A Great Cause

I have been a long time fan of Sandrine and her French pastry and chocolates. Her macarons are legendary here in the Okanagan and as they should be. Trained in France, her croissants, fanciful pastries and unique blend of chocolates are enough to temporarily quench my wanderlust. I love her macarons so much I had… Continue Reading

Okanagan Wine Country Events April 2017

Okanagan Wine Country Events April 2017

When spring arrives all is well in the Okanagan and I can return to my outdoorsy habits. The snow has finally melted, the markets open and wineries begin to host events. We’ve had a wild and prolonged winter here in the Okanagan. Plenty of snow and chilly temperatures dominated and spring looked as though a… Continue Reading

What 6 Years of Blogging Gets You

What 6 Years of Blogging Gets You

Happy birthday to The Wanderfull Traveler! March makes for six years of writing, photographing, filming, travel and life here at TheWanderfullTraveler.com! When I first started this website it was to ensure I kept a creative outlet after university. It is still a way to express myself through writing and photography. It has also become an… Continue Reading

Wanderlist Series #4: Tofino, British Columbia

Wanderlist Series #4: Tofino, British Columbia

Follow my blog with Bloglovin My wanderlist series is one of my favourite posts to write. At first, it started out as being a fun “what if” scenario but has now become a way to share my trip planning process with you. So many people become overwhelmed with the daunting task of planning. I’ve planed… Continue Reading

The 6 Best Things I Ate & Drank in Ireland

The 6 Best Things I Ate & Drank in Ireland

Ireland might not be famous for its food but it should be. You probably think of fried foods, soda bread and blood sausage but there’s so much more to it! Delectable seafood, sticky ribs, hearty soups and the best cheese the world over – this is Ireland! Elephant & Castle Baby back spareribs with ginger… Continue Reading

Kelowna Winter Itinerary Guide

Kelowna Winter Itinerary Guide

Did you know in 2017 Canada will be celebrating its 150th anniversary of confederation. Canada is a fairly young country when compared to most but the fever of excitement seems to be spreading across the nation. 2017 should be a big year for great Canadian road trips! But as we trudge through the Winter –… Continue Reading

Glengoyne Whisky Since 1833: How to drink Whisky

Glengoyne Whisky Since 1833: How to drink Whisky

I had the privilege of drinking whisky at one of Scotland’s oldest whisky distilleries, Glengoyne Distillery only 30 minutes from Glasgow. Previous to my visit whisky wasn’t something I was particularly fond of. It was something men ordered in saloons after they’ve stumbled in from the frontier. It was something that Frank Sinatra drank in… Continue Reading

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A combination of her first trip abroad to Italy and living in the heart of Canada’s second largest wine region inspired her to live the Wanderfull life. When she can’t get away she tours her home of the Okanagan wine valley in British Columbia for food and wine. Wander full with her whether it’s on a VIP tour of the Louvre in Paris or hiking a vineyard trail in Kelowna.

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