We were up pretty early on our departure day...well I was. Beto could pretty much sleep through anything, but when I am anticipating anything, I'm like a kid at Christmas. My mom and brother took us to the airport, where of course, we were right on time. It's as if the Mexican and Canadian times… Continue reading 3…2…1…Takeoff! The First of 9 Weeks in Mexico
New Zealand has a really special place in my heart. While I did spend the trip in a bit of a fog of plugged ears and congestion, I wouldn't have changed a thing. This trip came at the perfect time in my life and offered plenty of opportunity for reflection, especially as I was touring more… Continue reading Touring New Zealand with Strangers | Part 2
Travelling as a travel agent is a very different experience to that of travelling as a regular human. I can honestly say that each "fam" trip I took as a travel agent had it's pros and cons. Having said that, the opportunity to travel to far away countries on the cheap was incredible. In May… Continue reading Touring New Zealand with Strangers | Part 1
If you haven't visited Mexico outside of the tourist traps, you're missing out. I recently wrote a piece about a small portion of my trip. I felt like we did so much, but I barely scratched the surface on my two-week visit last summer. There is a certain magic to Mexico, you feel it when you're… Continue reading Pueblos Mágicos – History, Culture & Natural Beauty
An opportunity to change my life. Last summer, July 2016, I had the opportunity to travel to Mexico. I had never been there before and the chance was presented by my very new boyfriend. At first, I had declined the offer. I mean, we had JUST started dating, and while the plans to travel around… Continue reading Viva Mexico!
Thinking back... To be honest, a lot of the rest of my Greece trip is really quite a blur. Come on, we're talking 10 years ago. I remember bits and pieces, but not as clearly as Santorini. I think you always remember the sights and smells of the first time you land in a foreign… Continue reading Greece Part 2 – Paros and Mykonos
A few hours ago, many of us united in a single act, if only for a few minutes. As we gazed up at the sun wearing solar glasses, through special viewing boxes, or our own handmade cereal box pinhole projectors, we had peace.