10 Things Canada Does Better Than Anywhere Else

10 Things Canada Does Better Than Anywhere Else

They said: There’s nothing like home. As much as I love escaping routine to explore the world, I still have a place to call home (hello Canada!).   To be honest, most of the time, I came back home backwards. In February, I was planning a 6 week visit to the fold. I...
Going Home after a Long-Term Trip

Going Home after a Long-Term Trip

I booked it.  The super-insanely-long flights that will whisk me back home.  31 hours. I had one goal in mind; surprise the mother! Going home after such a long time is weird. And lovely. And stressful. And… emotional. I don’t exactly know how to describe my state of...
The Surprise

The Surprise

20 months later… I’m now back in Canada… for a visit!  If you have followed my blog, you know that a lot of stuff happened along the way on my side of the World and on my Mum’s side. My Mum has multiple sclerosis.  In the last few months, her...
I’m Going Home – 20 Months Later

I’m Going Home – 20 Months Later

20 months. 20 months is nearly two years. It’s a big bunch of months, isn’t it? 20 months ago, I was boarding a flight to Vancouver with two friends. (Yes, I’m from Canada and yes, Vancouver is still in Canada… but, Canada is pretty big!)  The goal was...
18 things you only do when you travel

18 things you only do when you travel

A line. A tiny line between my comfort zone and my discomfort. Okay. It might be a a bit more than a tiny line. This might be more like a mixture of mist, gravel (or rocks) and rivers (or lakes). Okay. A ditch.  A big ditch.  It is probably the right word. So, there...
Travel Nightmares (Part 2)

Travel Nightmares (Part 2)

In my last post This is the worst day of my life – Not !, I proved you that there was an imperfect 10% about travelling. The famous 10% that we can easily live without … That 10% that made me cry and makes me laugh today. On the spotlight today: 2 of the...
Tribute to my country, tribute to my Canada

Tribute to my country, tribute to my Canada

Last summer, I fell madly in love with Western Canada. Or should I say mainly Alberta? I lived in a charming town, Canmore, for 5 months, in the middle of the Rockies, surrounded by National Parks, glaciers and turquoise lakes. If I love exploring the world, I can...