How to Visit the Scarborough Bluffs (Kinda)

Of course every world class city has it’s draws – that’s exactly why they’re “world class”. But sometimes, escaping the city to get off the beaten track and see some of the surrounding areas can be just as (if not more) exciting. The Scarborough Bluffs are truly an interesting place. They’re situated in a suburb …

Why You Should Visit St. Augustine, Florida

Follow my blog with Bloglovin As the first place I visited outside of Canada, St. Augustine holds a special place in my heart. It sits high at the top of my list of most frequently visited destinations, and for good reason. Combining beautiful beaches with a historic city, St. Augustine should definitely be on your …

Why I Regret My Camel Safari in Pushkar, India

Nestled in the Ajmer Desert in the northwest of India, Pushkar is a beautiful holy Hindu town. Being a desert town, it does make sense that camels have become an integral part of the locals’ culture in this area. The use of camels, however, have now become common tourist attractions in Pushkar. The volunteer program …

How to Visit Merida, Venezuela

Merida, Venezuela has a little piece of my heart. I was there for about two months in 2016, and I wholeheartedly believe that it’s one of the most underrated travel destinations in the world. My trip to Venezuela seems to shock and intrigue a lot of people. I encourage anyone and everyone who is interested …

3 Ways to Get your Adrenaline Fix in Merida, Venezuela

Venezuela is a country that is low on most traveller’s radars. Political instability, crime, and poverty are unfortunately factors that tend to keep tourists away. Fortunately, for the traveller who dares to brave Venezuela, there are many ways to up the adventure factor even more and get your adrenaline pumping! Read more: How to Visit …

Los Llanos, Venezuela in Photos

Los Llanos, or the plains region in Venezuela, felt to me like stepping into a whole other country. It did not have the breezy Latin American feel that Merida did. Instead, I felt like if I didn’t know any better, I’d think we had somehow transported across the Atlantic to Africa. Los Llanos blew me …

Want to Travel But Scared to go Solo?

“I wish I was brave enough to travel alone.” I’ve had many friends say something along those lines to me after hearing my travel stories. And I get it – travel is so appealing to so many people, but the thought of travelling solo to another country, where you may not even speak the language, …

Packing List: What to Wear in India

Before I went to India, I scoured the internet trying to figure out what type of clothing should be on my packing list. I knew Indian culture is very conservative, and I was worried I’d accidentally wear something offensive. In the end, I didn’t offend anyone with my clothing, but I did still make some mistakes. If you’re …

So You Want to be A TEFL Teacher

I discovered the TEFL industry back in 2015 when I was desperately trying to find a career that would allow me to see the world. The last thing I’ve ever wanted was to stay in the same place forever. TEFL, an acronym for Teach English as a Foreign Language, is a growing industry which allows …

Merida, Venezuela: The Most Underrated Travel Destination

Often, when one thinks of Venezuela, images of drug cartels and violence seem to come to mind. For me, Venezuela is synonymous with beautiful scenery and warm, hardworking people. Venezuela has been struggling with economic and political problems for years now.Hyperinflation, violent crime, and political unrest are all very real. While there is too much history …