Retrace Andrew's Journey

Montréal

Îles de la Madeleine

Les Îles de la Madeleine

Les Îles de la Madeleine

August 04, 2010

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Gaspé

Land's End

Land's End

August 07, 2011

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Île Bonaventure

Île Bonaventure

Île Bonaventure

August 09, 2011

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Chic-Choc Mountains

Chic-Choc Workout

Chic-Choc Workout

August 11, 2011

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St. Lawrence River

Whalespotting

Whalespotting

August 15, 2011

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Saguenay Fjord

Wild Life

Wild Life

August 16, 2011

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Québec City Trilogy

Québec City Trilogy Part 2: DOG

Part 2: DOG

August 21, 2011

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Québec

Québec by iPhone

Québec by iPhone

August 25, 2011

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Map by Stephen Rountree

National Geographic's Digital Nomad, or @wheresandrew as he's known on Twitter, spent a month exploring of Quebec this summer. From the delicious restaurants of Montreal to the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Andrew explored the Canadian province taking everyone with him through his blog.

Andrew's Most Popular Posts

  • Photo: Quebec flag

    L’Autre Canada

    Bienvenue au Canada! Nous sommes heureux de vous acceuillir . . . Wait! Weren’t you just in Canada, like two weeks ago? “Yes I was, sir." ...

  • Photo: Boat

    L’Amérique Française

    Je suis venu au Québec parce que je suis amoureux. J’aime la France et tout ce qui est français—je souffre d’un cas de francophilie plutôt extrême et pour ça je n’ai pas honte ...

  • Photo: Les Îles de la Madeleine

    Les Îles de la Madeleine

    I began my travels in Québec in the place where it all began: les Îles de la Madeleine. Before he ever arrived on mainland Québec, Jacques Cartier first landed on Brion Island ...

  • Photo: Landsend

    Land’s End

    “We don’t know if we’re going to land today,” explained the flight attendant. Not to worry, he assured me as he directed me to my seat—if I didn’t get to land in Gaspé ...

  • Photo: Birds on beach

    Île Bonaventure

    Not only are birds good travelers, but they remind us that we have traveled as well. In a modern world of familiarity and placelessness, the natural habitat ...

  • Photo: Andrew in waterfall

    Chic-Choc Workout

    Québec is not a land of low calories. Rather, this is the place that invented poutine (a proud feat, really—to triple the calories of french fries in single serving) ...

  • Photo: Tent

    Whalespotting

    I had a dream the other night. I dreamt that I was surrounded by whales—at least a dozen of them, swimming at me from every angle. They came right up to me ...

  • Photo: Andrew feeding young moose

    Wild Life

    I’m quickly discovering that Québec’s wildlife tends towards the ubiquitous, big (!) and très accessible. In the past two weeks I’ve been lucky enough to meet so many ...

  • Photo: Gelato machine

    Québec City Trilogy, Part 1: GELATO

    Food travels and people travel for food. Such is the history of the world and such is the world now. Such were my thoughts as I ate my way through Québec’s capital ...

  • Photo: Dog

    Québec City Trilogy Part 2: DOG

    Those of you who travel with me online know that I’m crazy about dogs. I love all dogs and would love to have one myself, but instead of leaving one at home ...

  • Photo: Stained glass window

    Québec City Triology, Part 3: CHURCH

    I can divide travelers into two groups: those who visit churches and those who do not. I belong to the first group: I like to visit churches ...

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