Saint John, New Brunswick was a complete surprise for me. I went in thinking I was going to be exploring a gritty, industrial city on the shores of the Bay of Fundy. What I found, … Continue reading Things To Do in Saint John – New Brunswick
As I make my way along the cobblestone pathways, I feel as if I’ve been transported somewhere else. Lights twinkle overhead in a spider-web like pattern, there’s a sweetness in the air that I can almost taste, the sounds of carolers bounces between the old brick buildings, and there’s the unmistakable smell of firewood burning somewhere in the vicinity. I soak it all in and remark that it’s finally starting to feel like Christmas.
For the past 3 years, I haven’t really celebrated Christmas. Two years were spent in South Korea where Christmas isn’t exactly observed, and last year I was donning shorts, a t-shirt, and a Santa hat on the beaches of Thailand doing everything opposite I’d normally do. So, you’d think being back with family and friends, and surrounded by holiday cheer everywhere I go, I would naturally be extra excited for the holidays this year… Read more “Reconnecting With the Holidays at Lowe’s Toronto Christmas Market”
During the early months of our travels, our time spent in dorm rooms led to many a conversation typically shared amongst travelers: How long have you been traveling? How long will you travel for? Where … Continue reading Luang Prabang