Welcome Spring

Spring Flowers

I know what you may be thinking, I’m about a month behind; where I live though, it is just starting!!! I love Canada. It is my country, the place I Live- My home.

However, Mother Nature was very silly this year and gave us an extended winter. To the point that on April 2oth/13, we had flurries (Light snowfall)! Aren’t April showers meant to bring May flowers?

Regardless, spring is finally in the air, allergies are on high alert and the travel bug is looming. In my industry, the winter is a very busy time of year; which…

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SHOPPING LIST: Peru!

colourful throws
I buy a lot of things from every country I visit. One reason is because I really like to have a collection of international treasures. Another reason is that I want my home and space to be a reminder and reflection of my travels. Lastly, I like to support local business’, artists, craftsmen etc. Although still souvenirs, it is important to me to always come back with something that will really be a reflection of my time in that destination.
With that said, I always come back with a suitcase of treasures, so I’ve decided to…

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Blessed

winding road

Something I have come to realize while travelling is how insignificant our existence is in the grand scheme of things. With a population of just about 7 billion people, approximately 21 different religions, over 6000 spoken languages and just over 190 countries; it is hard not to feel insignificant.

My problems are not real. They are insignificant.

Seeing people around the world, who have very little, and live in standards we could never fathom; complaining about menial things now seems incredibly selfish. It is very difficult to think outside of your own life and dramas. But when I…

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TOP TEN: Things to do in Cape Town

Table Mountain

Cape Town is a beautiful place with so much to see and do! It is really hard to just narrow down the things to do in the city and surrounding area, but this is the list of what I would consider the “top ten things to do in Cape Town”.

 

NUMBER ONE: Table Mountain

When thinking about Cape Town, many people automatically associate it with the flat top mountain. So when visiting Cape Town I strongly suggest everyone takes a visit to the top! Plan wisely though, because the cable cars will not go up…

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Vacation for a traveller

dominican

 dominican

Travelling is not all fun and games; it can be a tough gig. Travels are full of adventures that come with planning and organizing. Once that is done, it comes down to the doing. 24 hours of activity, exploration, learning; sleep is for the weak after all. So after back-to-back trips that involved pure exploration and not relaxation, it was time for a quick getaway.

Even a traveller needs a vacation; and what better place to do it than the Dominican Republic. In the true testament of any…

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