Break out your dirndl or lederhosen, it’s time to celebrate Oktoberfest! I’ve always wanted to celebrate Oktoberfest. Images of savoury sausages grilling over a fire, women impressively carrying a handful of litre-steins to thirsty festival … Continue reading Celebrating Oktoberfest at Bingemans Kool Haus!
Toronto has a brand new festival and it’s a bright one! The Toronto Light Festival kicked off in January this year and features 21 installations from local and international artists. The festival takes over the … Continue reading Video: The Toronto Light Festival!
PIN ME! Interested in more posts about Quebec? Check these out: Video: Inside the Hotel de Glace – North America’s Only Ice Hotel Winter Camping in La Mauricie National Park
The more I travel, the more I realize how incredible Canada is. I love the variety of activities, our distinct four seasons, the diversity of our population, and our stunning scenery. This is a country … Continue reading This is My Canada
You don’t realize what a soul-warming gift it is to spend the holidays with your family until you’re living abroad and spending them for the first time alone. In August, I moved to Dortmund, Germany to train and perform with the Dortmund Ballet Company. Dortmund is a West German city located in the Bundesland of North Rhine-Westphalia and has about half a million inhabitants, a big change to living in my hometown of Toronto, Canada.
Spending the holidays abroad on my own has been quite the change for me and has given me some perspective on what I value most; being surrounded by friends and family. Luckily, Germany turns into one big festive country around the holidays and I’ve made some great friends to experience it with. Read more “Spending the Holidays Abroad and Making New Traditions”