Ayngelina Brogan isn’t the kind of traveler who likes a strict itinerary. “I don’t seek out monuments, or museums or have a check list of everything I need to do,” she writes. “I definitely prefer to let a new destination surprise me rather than scour random travel lists for what other people think I should do.” With this thought in mind, Ayngelina, who is also a blogger for the popular foodie website Bacon is Magic, wandered through Ontario’s Highlands and let the region unfold in front of her naturally, and surprise her with its hidden gems. She uncovered roadside stands, amazing maple syrup and picturesque small towns with welcoming locals. Check out her list of 9 Reasons to Wander Ontario’s Highlands – does one of them resonate with your own need to carve your own path?
If you never thought that a simple road could spark your curiosity, initiate historical debates AND bring out your inner geologist, then you have obviously never been introduced to Letterkenny Road. Connecting the hamlets of Brudenell and Quadeville, this fully paved settlement road winds around pristine lakes, and leads you to a prized rose-quartz quarry. […]