I spent almost two years living in Dublin, Ireland and I never fell in love with the city. Find out why in this post.
While we can’t be traveling right now thinking back I’ve come to realize May is one of my favourite times to travel. Here are some reasons why that is.
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.
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.
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.
For this look back at a trip in the last decade I reflect on my 2015 solo trip to Madrid, Spain a city I never imagined I would ever visit.
For this edition of me reminiscing on my travels in the 2010s I tell you about the 2014 I took to New York City with a few friends.
In 2013 I did a solo road trip to Richmond Hill Ontario. I’m focusing on a moment I had at the Terry Fox Monument outside Thunder Bay.