I’m socially isolating (and you should too if you can). So I decided to write a note to those who are coming home because of Covid-19.
Hi, I'm Alouise. I'm from Edmonton, Canada, but I also spent time living in Ireland. My loves in no particular order are travel, theatre, musicals, writing, music, and walking in parks. I like to share these loves with you on this site.
More than that though right now I love staying at home, socially distancing as much as possible, washing my hands properly with soap for 20 seconds, not touching my face, and sneezing or coughing into a tissue. I'm trying to flatten the curve during this weird time, and make sure I don't get any vulnerable populations sick. And if I feel sick I like to call my local health care provider to find out what next steps I can take. I hope you like these things now too.
Read the most recent posts on Take Me to the World below. Or click on the Blog category above for all of my past posts.
Find out more about me here.
It’s the last post in my retrospective of my travels in the 2010s. Today I’m looking back a trip I took in 2019 to San Francisco, California.
In 2018 I took a day trip to Belfast to see some of the political murals in the city.
On this episode of the Take Me to the World musical theatre podcast my friends and I discuss some of our favourite and least favourite musicals.
In February 2017 I took a quick break from living in Dublin to visit a region of Ireland I knew very little about, Connemara.
In 2016 I went to Tokyo and it was one of the hardest trips I’ve done, but it’s one that I’m glad I took, and it’s one that I think about often.