Some hotels give you chocolate on your pillow. Others offer rooms with kitchenettes or Jacuzzi bathtubs.

My hotel gave me a canoe—everyone gets a canoe with their little log cottage and I took full advantage, setting off across The Lake of Two Rivers with a lunch and a paddle.

Later in the day, I upgraded my canoe for a float plane, which is like two canoes strapped to an airplane. Here’s a quick video about my day of canoeing in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Comments

  1. Mark Lamb
    July 10, 2011, 12:43 pm

    Very Nice, Andrew. Thank you.
    P.S. Nice Pipes

  2. Monica Gott
    Missouri
    July 12, 2011, 8:50 pm

    Beautiful video, Andrew. I like how the bird flies behind you as you are swimming. I’m thoroughly enjoying your adventures. Thanks for taking me along! Btw, nice background music, quite fitting.

  3. Dieter Buse
    Sudbury
    July 13, 2011, 6:23 am

    For touring around the northeast of Ontario Andrew needs to use Come on Over: Northeastern Ontario A-Z whose authors travelled the area extensively

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