Globe Guide

Beautiful Barbados: A travel guide to the island life

Barbados is known as the playground of the rich and famous, and for good reason. Stunning white sand beaches, perfect temperatures and piercing blue waters complemented by bright green palm trees make nearly every vantage point postcard worthy. Add to that the friendly locals who won’t try to get more than a smile out of you, and it’s the perfect place to unwind.

A cruise ship docked in Antigua.

On a boat: How to save money on your cruise

Trips to the Caribbean usually cost at least $2000 per person, but a week-long cruise to the area will only set you back an average of $600 plus flight—not to mention you’ll enjoy five-star dining and get to see a number of different islands.

A guide to West Edmonton Mall

Edmonton is home to West Edmonton Mall, a 48-block-long juggernaut housing a hotel, casino, aquarium, skating rink, mini-golf and an amusement park among other things. Basically, it’s every kid’s dream come true.

belgian waffles

The best eats in Belgium

It’s safe to say that other than being the home of Tintin, the country of Belgium is most famous for its culinary creations. Here are three things you have to try before you leave.

The Indian Ocean.

Why you need to go to the Maldives. Now.

The Maldives is a popular honeymoon destination, thanks to their famous overwater bungalows and perfect white sand beaches complemented by swaying palm trees in blissful solitude.

Champagne: The region, and the drink!

I have a confession to make. I have a wee obsession with bubbles. Champagne, Prosecco, Brut—you name it, I’ll guzzle it. So when I visited France, I made sure to spend a day in the gorgeous region of Champagne.

Water villas in Raa Atoll.

GALLERY: The Maldives

Made up of hundreds of tiny islands including 105 dedicated to breathtaking resorts, sun-seekers from around the world flock to the Maldives for turquoise waters, vibrant corals reefs, bright white sand beaches and tranquility.