Get your camera ready – this is one picturesque, quaint, UNESCO World Heritage listed, walled city! Here is a guide to seeing some of the key locations of Old Québec on foot.
If you’re heading to a tropical location in Asia, I’m sure that bathers, shorts, tank tops and flip-flops are on the top of your list to take. But what else should you consider when packing for South East Asia?
When travelling or moving to a new city, it is only natural to want to meet people. In this digital age, with busy lives, it is quite convenient to connect online. After relocating to Montreal, I ventured into the online dating world to see who I might meet. Yet I was overcome with shocked and amused, disbelief at some of the profile photos some men used! Here are some of the mistakes men make when setting their profile photo.
If you like to hike and are up for a challenge then climbing Vancouver’s Grouse Mountain might be for you. Grouse Mountain on the north side of Vancouver is not for the faint-hearted and it’s certainly no ordinary walk up a mountain. This was like a Stairmaster, in nature, on steroids. This was the aptly named ‘Grouse Grind’.
After almost a year living in Montreal, this city continues to provide me with some unexpected, quirky insights and delights! Here are some Surprising Things About Montreal.
This is a quick snippet of the unique travel encounters you can experience in Colombia, a country which exceeded all my expectations! Travelling solo for six weeks was one of the most challenging but rewarding experiences of my life. In this blog, I convey the sentiments I was feeling, as I was leaving Colombia.
When it comes to organising your own independent travel to visit Machu Picchu, you will want to buy your entrance tickets, ahead of time. Here I explain, in detail, instructions on how to book Machu Picchu entrance tickets online.
As the last of the snow melts and the landscape thaws, signs that Spring is here is evident with trees starting to come back to life, flowers start to spring up and basil plants are being sold at the supermarket. Yet, there are some other more subtle changes around Le Plateau that show that Spring is Sprung in Montreal.
Through my travels, I have had many challenges, yet nothing could prepare me for my first Canadian winter! Now as this ‘mild’ season draws to a close and spring is taunting us with the odd sunny day, I reflect on the advice given to me by locals and expats on living through the Montreal winter. The big debate is whether to activate or hibernate during the below freezing temperatures!