canada

Why I Love Vancouver

It's no secret that I love Vancouver and feel extremely blessed to be living in one of the best cities in the world. So I've been thinking a lot about what makes Vancouver so great. It took me five days in 2016 to decide that I wanted to live here (actually, I think I made… Continue reading Why I Love Vancouver

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canada

My Top 10 Things To Do In Vancouver

As some of you know, I was recently invited to take part in all that Vancouver has to offer its tourists (along with everyone else in Vancouver who also works in the tourism industry - so let's not pretend I'm special!). Most of these things I probably wouldn't have done on my own, or would… Continue reading My Top 10 Things To Do In Vancouver

spain

A Day In Beautiful Seville, Spain

While I was on the Algarve, I kept hearing the same things over and over again: Seville is AMAZING. To be honest, I have never really "got" Spain from my previous trips to Barcelona and the border towns by Gibraltar, but everyone was telling me that Seville was beautiful and absolutely worth visiting. On my… Continue reading A Day In Beautiful Seville, Spain

scotland · united kingdom

My Highlights Of Edinburgh

There's just something about Edinburgh. I can't quite put my finger on it. I don't know if it's the beautiful buildings on every street, or the cobblestone streets that instantly add character, or the wild and raw history of the city, or the wonderfully friendly people, or the atmospheric suburbs, or the endless things to… Continue reading My Highlights Of Edinburgh

canada

Falling In Love With Vancouver (and Tim Hortons!)

I had high hopes for Vancouver, and that worried me. Because it's often the places you think you'll fall in love with that disappoint you, and the ones you have no preconceptions of are the ones that surprise you. I didn't need to worry. I fell for Vancouver, hard. Canada was the beginning of the… Continue reading Falling In Love With Vancouver (and Tim Hortons!)

new zealand · oceania

Christchurch: A City Rebuilding Itself

After an incredible journey from Wellington, the ferry to Picton taking us through some stunning scenery and the bus traipsing steadily between the mountains and the wild coast, we didn't expect a lot from Christchurch. After all, this is a city still rebuilding itself from tragic earthquakes, and we weren't sure what to expect at… Continue reading Christchurch: A City Rebuilding Itself

new zealand · oceania

I’m Sorry Auckland, But I Don’t Really Like You

I can't help it. I can't fall in love with every place we visit, but that's okay. As we flew over the city and came into land, my jaw dropped. I had no idea how big this city was. In every direction as we turned, city lights sprawled out as far as the eye could… Continue reading I’m Sorry Auckland, But I Don’t Really Like You