COVID-19: What to do as a travel blogger

Amidst the growing COVID-19 pandemic, more and more restrictions are being placed on society to protect those individuals in our communities who are most at risk for contracting this respiratory disease and to prevent the continuing spread via community transmission. These have included travel restrictions/bans, city- or country-wide lockdowns, stores and businesses closing or shutting... Continue Reading →

Travelling is all about perspective!

When you think of "travel", what's the first thing that comes to your head? Your dream vacations, stress-free moments, bucket list countries & spots, seeing all the wonders of the world, visiting family & friends, airports & airplanes, all work & no play? I've for sure related all of those to travelling...but sometimes I've forgotten... Continue Reading →

Taps & Tacos, Port Moody, BC

Depending on the type of traveller you are or what you want to experience during a trip, Port Moody may be one of the spots to see when visiting Vancouver. For most people, I'm assuming this won't be at the top of the list unless you want some brewery action. When I was visiting friends... Continue Reading →

OEB Breakfast Co., Bridgeland, Calgary

If you know Calgarians, you know that we LOVE our brunch! 🍽☕️🍳 With that being said, there are so many cafés and restaurants in the city to choose where you want to get your eggs benny or chicken n' waffles from...BUT one of the most popular (and rightly so) brunch places in Calgary is OEB! There are... Continue Reading →

Franschhoek Wine Tram

Franschhoek - what was a town settled by the French, is now one of the oldest towns in South Africa with a rich wine country and stunning views. If you're visiting the Western Cape, this is definitely a destination you want to see; it has the cutest restaurants/bistros, adorable cafes, endless wineries surrounding it, and... Continue Reading →

Madam Botany, Thesen Islands

This one-of-a-kind boutique is right in the heart of Thesen Islands in Knysna, South Africa. Thesen Islands is a unique marina development with tons of restaurants, shops, and maritime-style housing. It's definitely the more expensive part of Knysna but it's beautiful and worth a trip if you ever find yourself on the "Garden Route" 🌿... Continue Reading →

Clare’s Cakes, Plettenberg Bay

Find this gem of a pastry shop/cafe on the Main Street of Plettenberg Bay. There are many unique spots in town but this is definitely one to check out. The staff are extremely friendly and willing to make your experience a great one! Treats range from personalized cakes to massive chocolate chip cookies to homemade... Continue Reading →

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