I fell in love with Canada at 19 when I spent four months studying at York University, Ontario. After graduation, I set off on a 17-month long adventure through Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and North America, culminating in a white Christmas back in Canada.
Conscious of the fact that there was still so much more to see and do in Canada, I decided to relocate to Vancouver for a year. From there, I was able to explore more of BC and Alberta, even making it to the Calgary Stampede.
Curiosity has kept me coming back to explore new areas and I have now officially made it coast to coast having visited the Maritimes in 2017. My love for the Canadian landscape, wildlife, people and adventure has led me to Audley and I’m keen to share all that Canada has to offer with anyone who would like to experience it first-hand.
I'll never forget when…
When visiting Nova Scotia I went on an early morning sea kayaking trip from Blue Rocks, close to Lunenburg. As we were exploring the little coves and beaches we were joined by a group of curious seals, their heads bobbing in the water as they came to check us out and follow us around the bay. It was an incredible experience to be so close to these lovely creatures in their natural habitat. The coastline here is also highly scenic and during one of our breaks I was even brave enough to jump into the Atlantic from one of the smaller cliffs.