So I've been busy trying to make a decision...do you remember how I said that I was going to Canada to celebrate my 40th birthday?
Well I decided to book the flights! I'm not sure about my itinerary yet but my flights have been booked and I can start planning away.
As usual I will plan as much as I can and then on arrival...mainly wing it! Lol
So I fly to Vancouver on the 19th September! Then a week later fly to Montreal and two weeks later fly home from Toronto 😁
I'm very excited and welcome and must sees, tips and advice...
I guess it helps to know that I will be travelling solo, I don't drive so will be relying on public transport, my RA means that I don't want to be hiking for over two hours (because then I'll waste time sleeping it off), so as much as I love the outdoors and nature I need to stick to botanical gardens and parks.
Also as much as I love solo travel there are a couple of things I don't like...
1. Eating alone - so I tend to not eat, I know in America that they put single diners at the bar or some such thing? Is this the same in Canada? I really don't like that.
2. I always go to bed really early unless I have theatre tickets because going out alone at night is something that I've not got a handle on yet. Ideally a restaurant/bar combo where I would feel comfortable alone but could dine later in the evening would be perfect...if you know of any?
I'm interested in possible day trips from Vancouver but not sure where is viable as its so large. Also...should I be based in Vancouver and do trips out or is it worth maybe a couple of days there, three days somewhere else and then back to Vancouver for a couple of days?
I will be travelling from Montreal to Toronto over a two week period and really am open to suggestion on this...