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(Not to mention the warmest and most comfortable!)
Stay in a Forest The rustic Open Loft Log Cabins, once used by 19th century loggers, are nestled into the ancient Haliburton
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Instead of trying to find a patch of sand on a loud, crowded beach or witnessing a wet T-shirt contest by the pool, my boyfriend Geoff and I were able to fully immerse in the natural habitat of our surroundings. We ate fresh food from the on-site garden, watched as the sun rose during daily morning yoga, released baby turtles out to sea, and walked for hours on a stunning stretch of secluded beach.
Roughing it is part of the fun of camping. Even glampers are going without, to some degree, unless they’ve managed to find
Camping never tasted so good!
If "Go Camping" was the marketing catchphrase used to lure our parents to the great outdoors, then "Go Glamping'" is what'll get this generation of millennials to follow suit. Yes, sometimes you have to tempt us with luxury.
I confess: I’m too prissy to go camping. The idea of sleeping in a tent makes me want to bolt to the nearest anywhere that
Camping means forgoing the basic needs of civilized living. Why do it? Do we have to suffer to be truly be at one with nature? I say no! Glamping has come to the rescue of all you who have lied to your girlfriend, or boyfriend, and pretended camping is one of your favourite things just cause they lied to you and said camping was one of their favourite things.