Japan is probably my favourite country to visit in SE Asia, from the polite, courteous people to the fact that you can't go wrong with pretty much any restaurant in Japan. On my third trip to Japan, I made stops in Tokyo, Kawaguchiko, and Hakone. While I have checked off most of the touristy things … Continue reading My third trip to Japan – Tokyo, Kawaguchiko, and Hakone
I came back from Seville and Granada about a week ago, and it was honestly a perfect taste of the Andalusia region. Seville's top two sights, the Plaza de Espana and the Real Alcazar de Sevilla certainly lived up to expectations. Granada's rolling hills, and an entire day spent at the Alhambra was perfect. I … Continue reading An Andalusian Dream in Seville and Granada
It took me almost 1.5 years of living in London to finally go on my first solo trip. I've talked about doing it before with a lot of my friends, but the truth is the thought of going somewhere on my own frightened me and didn't excite me. I quickly learned that I enjoy sharing … Continue reading The Truths about Solo Travelling: Stockholm, Sweden
This past weekend Tim and I embarked on a weekend trip to Copenhagen. We had only booked our tickets a month before and I was itching to travel and to get out of London. I have to admit I was feeling a bit anxious about flying again...the more I fly, the more I dread airport … Continue reading Weekend in Copenhagen
Hello everyone! I hope you are enjoying your 2018 so far and I wish that it will be another year full of good relationships, travel, adventure, growth, and happiness 🙂 I recently got back from my Asia trip and thought that I would blog about it, since it truly was an amazing trip and what … Continue reading My favourite city of lights…Hong Kong!
DAY 3 Guided Glacier Walk at Solheimajokull and exploring Kirkjubaejarklaustur We didn't have too much planned today but our guided glacier walk with Extreme Island from 11am-2pm. Meeting location was at the Solheimajokull parking lot that has a small cafe, a huge lot, and a big yellow school bus which was our specific meeting spot. … Continue reading Southern Iceland Roadtrip Part 2: Exploring Glaciers and Vatnajokull National Park
Iceland has been on the top of my list since I made the move to London a year ago. After a lot of planning with my friend from back home, we made Iceland a reality for us. This was probably the hardest trip to plan and after many, many hours scoping the internet for all … Continue reading Southern Iceland Roadtrip Part 1: Chasing Waterfalls
I have been thinking lately about what kind of traveller I am, and I've come to the realisation that I simply could not singlehandedly label myself as a specific type of traveller. Don't get my wrong, I love doing those silly buzzfeed quizzes where you can answer a series of questions and find out what … Continue reading What kind of traveller are you?
In August, I went on my longest backpacking trip to date. It was only 6 nights, but it was quite the challenge compared to my usual day hikes and 2 nighters at the most. I have been wanting to do Besseggen Ridge, which is one of the most famous hikes to do in Norway for … Continue reading 6 day Backpacking Trip in Jotunheimen National Park, Norway
Hey friends, i know it's been awhile. Basically, I spent July and and the beginning of August back at home and then I have travelling around until the start of September. I miss home dearly and I am already anticipating my next trip back to Vancouver next year. I seriously cannot get enough of this … Continue reading My 5 Summer Vancouver Hikes