Posts Tagged ‘ Lizard Adventure Travel ’

Stay in the loop…

September 21, 2009
By LizardTravel
Stay in the loop…

The other day I was chatting with my friend who recently moved to Victoria, and discovered that I was out of the loop (more specifically I was out of touch with Victoria’s social scene), and it all came down to one website: www.MeetUp.com.  This website helps groups of people with shared interests, plan meetings...

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Now I don’t feel so blonde…

September 9, 2009
By LizardTravel

The local seniors that I’ve taken out on trips make me laugh, but the questions from tourists really trump everyone.  I could devulge my list of top 20, but while reading the news today I stumpled across this list from Banff National Park.  I just couldn’t resist a re-post… From an unofficial survey of...

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Rockin’ with the seniors…

August 19, 2009
By LizardTravel
Rockin’ with the seniors…

Recently I’ve been taking senior groups out on day trips around Victoria and to more quaint places such as Salt Spring Island, Chemainus and Comox.  I have to say that these have been some of the more entertaining trips that I’ve had all summer!  The seniors are friendly, spontaneous and always up for an...

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How to laugh more…

June 22, 2009
By LizardTravel
How to laugh more…

Children laugh out-loud four hundred times a day, while adults laugh only fifteen…why the gap? I’m not really sure if this is even a true statistic, but after watching this ridiculous cute baby clip on youtube, it got me thinking.  All too often, we maintain expectations towards adults, suggesting that they are to be...

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Economic downturn kicks tourism in Victoria…

June 17, 2009
By LizardTravel
Economic downturn kicks tourism in Victoria…

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve strolled downtown Victoria to discover first-hand the rather powerful impact the economic downturn has had on various sectors of the tourism industry.  I won’t mention specific business names, but I’d like to draw attention to the areas that I’ve seen take a big hit. One hostel owner...

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