This Is That Travel Guide to Canada
Look out, Frommers, Lonely Planet and Fordor's, there are some new travel writers on the scene. Pat Kelly and Peter Oldring, the hosts of This Is That, have written a book.
Calling it the This is That Travel Guide to Canada, the book is being heralded as "the first comprehensive guide to travelling Canada". The authors of This Is That Travel Guide to Canada have promised not only to spell the words in the book correctly, but to use a lot of them.
"Now-a-days," says co-author Pat Kelly, "You buy a book and they use the same 40 or 50 words over and over again. We wanted to branch out and use a lot of different words. Really give readers their money's worth."
Peter Oldring goes on to say that he's read a lot of travel guides, and few of them do the country justice. "So many travel guides are written by people who don't even live here. Who just come for a visit and feel they can talk about what it's like to travel in Canada. And a lot of them are just outdated copies of Let's Go, Buffalo with 'Buffalo' crossed out and 'Canada' pencilled in."
Not just a land of ice and snow, This Is That Travel Guide to Canada shows country as a land that is "chock full of places". The book provides the requisite information on what to see and when to visit, but also gives visitors tips on Architecture, Shopping and Canadian Bodies.
So whether you're a turtle-necked European looking for somewhere to vape, or an American re-thinking your country of residence, This Is That Travel Guide to Canada is all you'll need.
For more information, head to ThisIsThatBook.ca.