By Lily Heise for the Toronto Star
Nothing makes you yearn for home more than not being able to return. After many months confined to a small Parisian apartment due to pandemic travel restrictions, I’d managed a quick trip back to Toronto this summer, but the brief return only increased my longing for Canada, a desire amplified by the tantalizing autumnal scenes filling my social media feeds.
But before I booked an expensive last-minute flight to Pearson, an idea crossed my mind: I didn’t need to hop on a plane to find a taste of home. A few hours’ drive would take me to “le petit Canada,” the Morvan Regional Natural Parks. Read the full article here.