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The Great Canadian Bucket List: One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences Paperback – Nov 5 2013
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As the saying goes, the longest journey begins with a single step. Esrock’s book just might inspire you to take it. (Georgia Straight)
As a new Canadian, Robin provides a unique perspective on our vast country, and reminds us that we live in a pretty remarkable corner of the world. (Canadashistory.ca)
If there is one country that deserves a bucket list of amazing places we must visit and wonderful experiences that we must have, it’s Canada, and author Robin Esrock has finally given us one. (PiqueNewsMagazine.com)
One of Canada's top travel writers, and definitely one of our biggest personalities. (Globe and Mail)
The Great Canadian Bucket List is what the giant sequoia is to trees and what Zdeno Chára is to the NHL...a big game changer. This weighty tome will be a definitive guide to any Canuck looking to experience great travel and adventure within the confines of our enormous country - the greatest place on earth! (Jon Montgomery, Olympic Champion & Host, The Amazing Race Canada)See all Product Description
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This book is a must-have for any Canadian or immigrant interested in exploring the country!
The Vancouver-based travel writer has explored over 100 countries on six continents and recognizes that Canadians take their country for granted. Many look to Europe and Asia without first discovering their own back yards. Esrock doesn't gloss over the fact that many of his bucket list items involve time and expense, such as seeing the northern lights. However, he also includes seemingly ordinary experiences that actually create lifelong memories: eating smoked meat in Montreal or strolling the Stanley Park seawall.
So where to begin? Any Canadian can start a fantastic journey close to home and Esrock's book can provide inspiration to take the first step.
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what a joy to read...I will be trying to go visit some of the places mentioned in the book for my very own bucket list.. Read morePublished 9 months ago by skin deep
I was really looking forward to this book. I found the actual listings sparse and the descriptions too much like anecdotes.Published on May 2 2014 by Katerina K
This book was just a great read. Super easy to get through and painted beautiful word pictures of some places I never thought to visit in my own country. Read morePublished on Nov. 18 2013 by mom of two
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