About Me – I get excited about spontaneous ideas, especially outdoor activities. I love the ocean, doing yoga and drinking fresh coconuts. I enjoy wining and dining in exotic restaurants, eating all the foods. I love meeting new people and making unlikely friendships worldwide. I’m a free spirit, wanderer, and soul searcher. I find liberation on the road. One of my favourite places to be is International Departures. I don’t stay anywhere for too long. I first left Canada at 14 y/o and have travelled to 26 countries and 5 continents since. While I’m always learning and discovering new things about life and myself, there’s one thing that I know for sure: Our world is vast and beautiful, full of wondrous things, and I intend to see as much as I can.

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Silence for 10 Days – Vipassana Meditation

A Quiet Place When was the last time you took a break from talking? Consider a regular day for you, how often [...]

The Traveller’s Dilemma – Lost, confused or certain?

Celebrate your achievements With the year coming to a close, it feels natural to reflect on the last 12 months. Jack and [...]

Best of Thailand

After 2 months of adventuring across Vietnam, it was time for a relaxing holiday that didn’t involve motorbikes or sore bums. While my [...]

Vietnam highlights – South to North

Arriving in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) was a true delight after being in cities like Kathmandu, Nepal and Delhi, India, mainly [...]

Go Home & Find Your Feet – Canada

Change it up! After 9 months, 8 countries and a lot of coconuts, it was time for a break.  Being an avid [...]

Born to be Wild – Biking in Vietnam

Arriving in HCMC I arrived in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) in mid- march. According to the web, spring is the best [...]

One foot at a time – Trekking in Nepal

My lips are cracked, my legs are heavy, my feet are begging for a break. I haven't washed my hair in 4 [...]

Top 10 Places I travelled to – India

India will move you, sadden you, excite you, and frustrate you, all at different times. As mentioned in my last post, it’s [...]

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