Margie Goldsmith - Les Isles de la Madeleine (Magdalen Islands), Canada
I have just returned from ten days in the Quebec region of Canada, visiting Les Isles de la Madeleine (Magdalen Islands), Montreal, and Quebec City. Canada has pristine lakes and soaring mountains as beautiful as those in the USA, delicious food (think fresh lobster and maple syrup butter), and endless adventures, especially involving wind (kite buggying, wind surfing and kite boarding). According to a recent international survey, 53% of adults in the world's 24 leading economies would -- if given the choice -- leave home and move to Canada. The United Nations ranks Canada fourth on their quality of life index.
ISLANDS BRUSHED BY THE WINDS
The best kept secret in Canada's Quebec maritime is Les Isles de la Madeleine, -islands an isolated archipelago of seven inhabited islands in the Gulf of St. Lawrence with only 15,000 residents. These islands are especially appealing to winds sports enthusiasts, and have been ranked in the world's top ten destinations for wind sports.
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Source : The Huffington Post