“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
Inglewood is Calgary’s oldest neighbourhood established in 1875, after the construction of Fort Calgary. Today, it’s known asCalgary’s art and culture district, home to over 200 trendy boutiques, bars and restaurants, and in my opinion, one of the best coffee shops in town. Here’s my ultimate guide to Inglewood.
Now that we have slipped into fall, the leaves are changing colours and crunching under our feet, scarfs and boots have been pulled out from the storage closet, we need to discuss something important. Halloween!!
With the Canadian passport, we’re incredibly fortunate to have working-holiday opportunities in 32 countries! Working holiday visas allow you to extend and sustain your travels with income and immersive cultural experiences.
Now that we're both back home from our Australian adventures, our friends and family have been asking us some great questions about our travels that we thought we'd share with you! Hopefully we can give you some insight on what you can expect if you want to try a life down under.
France is a vast country. The fact that it can fit inside of Canada 15.509 times is no reason for its size to be underestimated. For the folks that have never been, or who have only seen France as Paris, allow me to introduce you to the city of Paimpol.
We're no strangers to flying. When it comes to long flights and layovers, no one is ever wholly prepared—but we have compiled some tips to at least make the travel more tolerable. Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels
If you are thinking this is going to be like all the other beautiful Bali blog posts, you’re in for a real treat! I am here to tell you a few things that no one warns you about before you jet off.