Here are Twomey Travel’s confirmed tour dates from now until spring 2020! Follow the links to see the individual tours and to book! Hope to see you soon! (Last updated: 7 October 2019. More tour dates will be added soon.) 2019 Tours There are still a few opportunities for you to travel with Patrick before the […]
Twomey Travel (2me Travel) represents the synthesis of years of travel, writing and sharing experiences. Although a published author, Patrick began writing his first real blog in 2014 while working in Peru.
As an international tour guide / operator and lecturer, Patrick is part of a much larger community of ethical travellers.
Throughout these many pages are fun discussions of trips, destinations and, from time to time, ethical issues.
Much of this 2me Travel site focuses on the Americas in general, but in no way limits itself. This is first and foremost a site dedicated to the love of travel! It is governed by the support of group travel and strongly influenced by ethical awareness. Please enjoy, share, participate and join our journeys!
Real Time News
Feb. 7, 1938 – July 24, 2019 Raymond (Ray) Twomey, father, composer, artist, fly fisher and traveller, died painlessly at 12:15 pm, Wednesday, July 24 while listening to Ode to Joy at the Peter Lougheed Centre, in Calgary, Alberta. Ray was born just before World War 2, in Camborne, Cornwall to Thomas and Nora Twomey […]
Located on Canada’s Atlantic coast, ‘New Scotland’ consists principally of a long thin, peninsula and culturally distinct Cape Breton Island to the North East. Nova Scotia is distinctly maritime with no one living more than about 50 km’s from salt water. It has ebbed and flowed from geo-political and strategic importance, to a sometimes rather […]
NOW BOOKING! By request, people have been asking about a Mexico tour (finally)! Starting in Mexico City we’ll make our way through the important cultural regions of central and southern Mexico – particularly Oaxaca, the centre of Mexican cuisine and sight of the first planned city in the Americas (pre-contact). We’ll even have two beach […]
February is high summer in Chile. Our planet’s longest, thinnest country is incredible. The entire west is defined by the Pacific Ocean and its chilly Humbolt current. Almost the entire east (often barely 200 km’s away) is framed by the Andes. Indeed it would seem Chile’s sole purpose is to prevent Argentina from seeing the […]