The Temples of Ankor

One of the most important archeological sites in the world and top on the bucket list for many travelers is the temples of Ankor. Once a megacity and capital of the Khmer civilisation which spanned from approximately the 9th-15th centuries,  It now attracts over 2 million tourists each year. While it comprises of hundreds of temples in... Continue Reading →

The Great Ocean Road

There is so much to see along this amazing stretch of coastline but I'll do my best to fit it all into one post! Torquay, Lorne and Apollo Bay The three main towns you will drive through on the Great Ocean Road (GOR),  all with amazing beaches and lots of choice for a good meal... Continue Reading →

The Best of Kangaroo Island

Roughly 150km long and 60km wide this island off the coast of Adelaide is a paradise for those that love nature and the outdoors. To get there you can either take the 45 minute ferry from Cape Jarvis about 2 hours south of Adelaide or you can fly directly to the island. We drove my... Continue Reading →

Cinque Terre

I definitely did not spend enough time in northern Italy but then again I don't know that I could ever get sick of Cinque Terre. This beautiful region on the Italian Riviera consists of five villages all built into the cliff face of the coastline. This is how Cinque Terre got its name as it... Continue Reading →

Christmas in New York

This post is a little personal to me. At this time in my life I was still living in Toronto and was only a few months into a break up. As I was trying to figure out what to do next and bracing myself for my first Christmas entirely alone I got a message from... Continue Reading →

The Greek capital of Athens

To be completely honest I had only heard bad things about Athens before my trip to Greece - Its dirty, its unsafe, its totally skippable. I decided to make my own mind up about it and went anyway and I am so glad I did! The whole city is built around a hill with ancient... Continue Reading →

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