It’s perhaps strange to talk about a destination as being boutique. In travel, we often think of boutique hotels – small, independent accommodations that offer a personal service to every guest and are usually found in trendy areas. But what if a whole location had its trendy side, was full of independent outlets, as well as people who offered a very warm welcome, and it was all served up in a petite place? That place would be called Prince Edward Island – Canada’s smallest, but most perfectly-formed province. I have such fond memories of my time there, so am sharing some Prince Edward Island attractions with you in this guide.
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It would come as a surprise no one that I am forever dreaming of sunshine, beaches and adventures. Lockdown looks to be finally, slowly, coming to an end in the UK, but the rebirth of travel seems to be still a little way away. But, that has not stopped me dreaming of some of my favourite places in the world, and one that has been front of mind lately is Spain and The Balearic islands of Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera.