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    Two Weeks in Bali

    I’m home from Southeast Asia! What an adventure. I still haven’t yet absorbed everything that has happened over the last month and there’s lots to fill you in on life back in…

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    A Different Pace

    Today I leave for Asia and I realized it’ll be the longest I’ve ever been away from Toronto since my trip to Brazil almost 10 years ago. One month is short by backpacking…

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    11 Ways to Survive a Long-Haul Flight

    Traveler’s confession: I absolutely hate flying. The long waits, the delays, the cabin pressure, the stiff seats, the tiny washrooms…is there anything good about flying other than landing somewhere new? Next Thursday…

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    What I’m Packing for a Month in Asia

    I know, I just got back. But now I’m leaving again. Back in September I was wanderlusting to the point of desperation and my November trip couldn’t come soon enough. So on…

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    A Night at Hôtel de Glace

    Andrew and I spent the Family Day long weekend in beautiful Québec City. We lucked out with the weather big time with temperatures hovering around 0°C. Not bad for a city that…

  • angkor wat

    Visiting Angkor Wat: What to Expect

    Siem Reap is the gateway to enlightenment, or rather the starting point to Angkor archeological park in Cambodia. Most people are familiar with the Temple of Angkor Wat and Bayon, but the site…

  • friends

    14 Ways to Meet People as a Solo Traveller

    Last week, I was catching up with a girlfriend of mine and telling her about my recent Asia trip. She asked me about Bangkok and I couldn’t stop raving about it, what…

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    Taking the Ferry to Koh Lanta from Ao Nang

    If you’re looking for great beaches with a laid-back vibe, Koh Lanta is it. It has it all — great diving, delicious food, clean beaches, a national park, and fishing villages to…