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I stumbled upon this wonderful article last night from National Geographic about the future of the postcard. With the demand for snail mail decreasing constantly with the rise of technology, it makes you wonder if we’ll even have postcards in a few years! Yes technology is a wonderful thing in that it makes staying in […]

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Whenever I travel I try to sample some of the local cuisine, and boy have I had some strange stuff! During my Euro trip back in 2012, I had a few tasty (and not-so-tasty) treats during my adventures. If you’re heading to any of these places and feel like being adventurous – try some! It’s […]

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Okay, so I’m not a true local in that I wasn’t born in Waterloo. However I was a member of the co-op program at the University of Waterloo, so I lived in the city on-and-off from 2009 to 2014. Over the years I found some delicious little places to eat, and as many people travel […]

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You may recall in my previous post about solo travel, how I mentioned you’d have to wait for another post to hear about the solo portion of my trip. I know you’ve all been waiting with bated breath, but I’m happy to say the wait is over! So if you couldn’t tell from the title, my […]

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Today marks two months until I’m leaving on a jet plane for The Philippines! And since I’m a crazy enthusiastic┬áperson, I’m already looking into what I want to see because I have nothing to do with my life┬álove planning almost as much as actually travelling. Honestly, I should have gone to school for this. Anyways, […]

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This beautiful sunny weather we’ve been having has me missing that east coast lifestyle, and exploring Newfoundland’s forever gorgeous Gros Morne National Park last September. My first visit was on my way up the Viking Trail to L’Anse aux Meadows, and the sheer beauty and variation of terrain resulted in a second trip on the […]