GREECE: Corinth -Overwhelmed and Still

As proof that sometimes the best things are found on the off-beaten path, Corinth was a hidden gem that was well worth the journey there. When planning out the itinerary for our Greece trip, the first city that popped into my mind was not Santorini or even Athens, but surprisingly, Corinth. The city holds such a special place in my heart because of how deeply … Continue reading GREECE: Corinth -Overwhelmed and Still

GREECE: Athens and a Lesson on the Unexpected

All-encompassing. If there’s one word (okay, two words) I had to use to describe my recent trip to Greece, it would be that. With roughly 10 days in the land of olive oil, feta, and blue hues, I was initially worried that it wouldn’t be enough time to see all the things I had planned, but the trip ended up being everything I had dreamed … Continue reading GREECE: Athens and a Lesson on the Unexpected

3 (Not So Well-Known) Things to Do in Toronto for the Nature Lover

As much as I love to document travelling to new places abroad, there’s something about finding joy and adventure in your own home city.  In the time that I’ve moved from the suburbs to downtown Toronto, I’ve talked previously about how downtown can sometimes feel too busy for me at times. Some of the best ways to help me feel more at peace and recharged … Continue reading 3 (Not So Well-Known) Things to Do in Toronto for the Nature Lover

Thailand III: I Fell in Love

For my last Thailand post, I wanted to talk about something important here…that is falling in love. And yes, I fell in love hard with 2 things -one earthly and the other man-made, and both which can be found in the dozens in Thailand. I’m talking about waterfalls and songthaews. When you think of Thailand, the most common “things to do” are easily visiting temples, … Continue reading Thailand III: I Fell in Love

Thailand II: Livelihood, Sourcing, Making, Eating

I don’t know about you, but the thought of Thailand instantly conjures up images of food, food, and food. We’re talking about the mouth-watering curries, strong flavours, fragrant herbs, coconut milk-everything, and the works. So when I was doing my own research about this wonderful country, you can be sure that looking up various restaurants and delicacies to try were not left out. However, although … Continue reading Thailand II: Livelihood, Sourcing, Making, Eating