The Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List: One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences by Robin EsrockThe Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List: One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences by Robin Esrock

The Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List: One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences

byRobin Esrock

Paperback | February 21, 2015

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Most Canadians think of travel as a way to escape the snow, cold, and dreary winter skies. But Robin Esrock loves all that our eastern provinces have to offer visitors, and so will you! The Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List highlights the best travel experiences to be had on Canada's East Coast.

Not your typical travel guide, Robin's recommendations encompass outdoor adventure and natural wonders as well as the unique food, culture, and history of the Maritimes. Categorized by province, The Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List will give you a first-hand perspective on:

. Ziplining over a waterfall in New Brunswick.
. Harvesting an iceberg for a Newfoundland cocktail.
. Exploring Nova Scotia's Cabot Trail.
. Walking the seabed beneath Hopewell Rocks.
. Cycling across Canada's island province.
. Rafting a tidal wave in the Bay of Fundy.
Robin Esrock's stories have been published in over a dozen major newspapers worldwide. He is also the creator and co-host of the 40-part television series Word Travels, seen on OLN and CityTV in Canada, on National Geographic International, and on Travel Channel in 100 countries and 21 languages. He lives in Burnaby, British Columbia.
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Title:The Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List: One-of-a-Kind Travel ExperiencesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.35 inPublished:February 21, 2015Publisher:DundurnLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1459729714

ISBN - 13:9781459729711

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