About

It’s About Travelling is about, well… travelling. We’re not Rolf Potts or Chris Guillebeau, but we do get out of the house on a fairly regular basis.

Although many articles on this website are ‘Ontario-centric’, we do make it outside of the Great Lakes area every once in awhile.

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9 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Tom,

    First of all your website is amazing, and now that I’ve come across it I’ll be using it as a bit of guide as I plan my road trips each summer. Great job and thanks for sharing the details!

    I was hoping you could help me with some details about getting to the base of Eugenia falls.

    We were recently there and walked west from the parking lot on the south side of the river, and eventually got to a point were we could scale down the side of the escarpment. Then we started to work our way back upstream. It started raining pretty hard and we turned around to be safe.

    After reading one of your articles I got the impression there is another way down, if we cross the falls at the top and are on the north side of the river – do you have an details or advice you can share with regards to getting to the bottom?

    Thanks,
    Derrick

  2. Hello,

    I was wondering if we could use your image of the Hotel Nacional de Cuba seen on:
    http://www.itsabouttravelling.com/havana-cuba-images

    I found your website while doing an image search for the company I work for, Thomas P. Gohagan, a travel provider located in Chicago, IL. They do tours focusing on the cultural, historical and educational aspect of places around the world.
    We would be using the image in our printed brochures, affiliated websites, and other promotional material we send to our clients about the tour.

    It’s really an awesome view of the hotel and the harbor and we would be appreciative if we could be granted permission to use it.

    Thanks!

    Angela

    1. Hello,

      I would like to contact you about as special book being published about stories in Ontario and using one of your images of North Bay to pair with a story. Please email me as soon as possible and I will send more information.

      Thank you,
      Deb

  3. Hi Tom. You mentioned to email you to find a way to get to Cannings Falls. My husband and I are avid hikers and waterfallers. Your picture of Cannings Falls is beautiful. We would love to hike to Cannings Falls. Can you help us. You should check out our neck of the woods in Hamilton. You would be pleasently surprised. Our hidden gem is Washboard Falls.

  4. Hello, Tom!

    I work with the Department of Culture at the City of Barrie, and was wondering if, provided it gets approved, I would be able to use one of your downtown Barrie waterfront photos please? Appropriate credit would obviously be given.

    Thank you,

    Carter

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