Wanderlust Wednesday is a series where I revisit a past travel adventure and memory. This week, I’m looking back at the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada.
In my opinion, one of the most relaxing and serene places on the planet is the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada.
Just a 30 minute drive from Vancouver, you’ll find Horseshoe Bay, essentially your gateway to peace, calm, quiet, and very little reception. And after a couple of hours on the ferry (more or less, depending on where on the coast you’re headed), you find yourself away from it all. It’s absolutely amazing, and destination I recommend to any digital nomad.
The above photo was taken from the ferry, a short while into our trek. Maybe it’s because I’m from the coast, but I find myself immediately calmer when I’m near the ocean (even just looking at this photo is helping). I was lucky enough to visit the Sunshine Coast more than a few times, and I often fantasize about one day making it back. Just to get away and enjoy the silence.
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