Last hike of the summer – Dog Mountain

Hello and happy autumn! Along with Mother Nature's changing colour palette, the weather in Vancouver has become a bit cooler and the rain we are known for has been making a few appearances. So it's a good thing the Brit and I got one last summer hike in this past Saturday; this time at Dog Mountain at Mount …

Pause and Explore – Dancer Pose in Glencoe

Three years ago this month, I was on an epic road trip through Scotland and Northern England with my lovely Edinburgh friends, Lesley and Stephen. They literally took me everywhere and were the best tour guides. One of my favourite spots that we drove through at least twice, was Glencoe. More recently, I stopped at …

Tourist in My Town – My Favourite Vancouver Summer Weekend Activities

We were out and about last weekend and it occurred to me that it's almost at the end of August. How did that sneak up so quickly?? Despite summer whooshing by, I can safely say that I've been properly enjoying my weekends playing tourist in my town. Having an ex-pat significant other has made for …

Airport R&R

Flight delays. Or long layovers for connecting flights, usually involving flight delays. Not very glamorous and inevitable realities when travelling. There's a lot of hustle and bustle and then you're left a bit worse for wear in your gate area and having to kill however many hours. (Click here for some flight delay survival tips for …

Travel Yoga: Legs up the wall (Viparita Karani)

Travel is hard on your body. Considering what you are doing (seeing amazing things) I know this sounds a little boo-hoo-ish, but the struggle is real. No one's body feels good after sitting on a plane, train, or in an automobile for a long period of time. You know what I mean. Stiff neck from …