Going Local Blog

Author: A-Life Victoria

A-Life consists of Victoria travel blog writers Jessica Woollard, Brianne Wilson and Neil Judson. Developed by Aviawest Resort Group, which most recently includes Parkside Victoria Resort & Spa, the blog was designed to offer BC travellers local insights: the best places to eat, to be entertained and to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Jessica Woollard: After earning a Master's Degree in English Literature from Uvic, Jessica worked as an elementary and high school teacher before taking on communications at Glenlyon Norfolk School, which allows her to combine her passion for writing with her appreciation of good education. For fun, Jessica plays violin in the Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra and hockey for Active Pass, a local women's league. Brianne Wilson: Although Bri has a degree in Anthropology and wanted to be Jane Goodall when she grew up, she feels pretty lucky that she gets to combine her passion for travel, writing and social media as communications & marketing associate at Aviawest. Bri is perpetually training for triathlons, marathons and cycling tours while enjoying the great outdoors on Vancouver Island. Neil Judson: A former journalist, Neil maintains a passion for telling stories through words and images. Fortunately, his roles as Aviawest communications specialist and A-Life editor give him the freedom to continue these interests while focusing on travel lifestyle, outdoor recreation and all-round feel-good topics. Neil can be found on a mountain bike when he isn't exploring the West Coast with his wife and Golden Retriever.


Royal BC Museum Unveils New Exhibits

Posted on September 30, 2011 at 12:12PM by A-Life Victoria

Written by Neil Judson Dinosaur in the Museum On September 28, 2011, the Royal BC Museum parted three black curtains to reveal the 2011 and 2012 exhibition schedule to an eagerly expecting crowd of museum ...


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