When I used to think of Tokyo, I would imagine gizmos and gadgets, hustle and bustle, bright lights, and neon signs. And sure, Tokyo has that in spades. But, it’s also home to some of the most incredible and peaceful areas I’ve ever been to, which I most certainly was not expecting. We spent 10
With stunning landscapes, small town vibes, and mild weather year-round, Vancouver Island is just a hop, skip and a jump from Vancouver BC. In fact, it only takes a couple of hours to get there from downtown Vancouver. As per usual, we didn’t have much time to explore Vancouver Island proper, so settled on a few days in its capital, Victoria.
I would sum Victoria up as a quaint harbour town, with its heritage buildings, rugged coastline, and natural beauty. Although, step back from the harbour a bit, and you’ll find a bustling city with all the trappings of modern life.
It’s like a little slice of Britain on the edge of Canada. What could be more perfect?
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and a fantastic entry point to Scandinavia. It’s one of those amazing places that has such a wonderful mix of old town charm and modern city vibes. One minute you’re wandering the busy streets, full of eager shoppers bustling about; the next you find yourself in the historic old town,
Like it or not, we all subconsciously take aspects of our daily lives for granted. We usually don’t even realise how much we’re taking these things for granted. We get so used to living a certain way, or having exactly what we need at hand, at any given moment. No more is this highlighted than
People often tell me that we are crazy for giving up our Australian summer each year for a North American winter holiday. But it’s so cold over there! You’ll freeze! I hope you’ve packed enough layers… is what I quite often hear in the lead-up to our winter jaunts. And how do I respond? I