As I arrived at the starting gate, donned my $10 target rain coat and day pack, I received my hired hiking poles (which I had to ask how to set up) and had my positivity hat on. I could do this. I've never hiked a day in my life, but who really needs hiking experience... Continue Reading →
Mexico is both beautiful and raw. What lies beyond the postcard is something you need to see for yourself.
Diá De Muertos or the Day of the Dead festival is an amazing Mexican tradition that honours the dead in a series of week long celebrations. Locals believe that during Diá De Muertos, the heavens open up to allow the spirits to return to Mother Earth to visit their families. As the spirits can smell... Continue Reading →
When I arrived into Mexico City, everyone at the airport was lovely and helpful and I got a taxi without any problems. Stop reading here if you like a happy ending. The unfortunate truth about travelling to non-English speaking countries is that you will often be caught in a language loop where neither of you... Continue Reading →
So what better way is there to arrive into Edmonton after an 18 hour flight without any sleep (two sunrises and no sunsets confused my body clock)? To find out they left your luggage back in Los Angeles. Yes it finally happened to me and no I didn’t pack any spare clothes in my carry... Continue Reading →
While I'm anxiously waiting until October for my next adventure to begin and accumulating all the necessities for my trip (I'll post soon about what I intend to take and a little bit more detail about my trip), I have been doing a little extra research into where I'd like to go next and as... Continue Reading →