College. A time of limited funds, cheap food, and stressful all-nighters. While school is a time for education, I find that one of the best ways to learn is by traveling. And, believe it or not, there are many ways you can travel as a student, even if you don’t come from a filthy rich family (as many people presume).
New Orleans. A city known for jazz, voodoo, beignets, Mardi Gras, and gumbo, it is one of the best destinations in the USA. And, as a city teeming with vibrant culture, a complex history, and lively art, there seems to be an endless list of things to do. So, you may be wondering how to plan your itinerary for New Orleans.
Vancouver, Canada. An enchanting city nestled between the mountains and the sea, it is no surprise that there are tons of breathtaking hikes near Vancouver.
And, as a Vancouverite, born and raised, I have gone on many of these hikes. So, it’s always shocking to me to find out how many Vancouver hiking trails I haven’t embarked on, or even heard of. Truly, you can live in Vancouver your whole life and not complete them all.
Originally published on September 2, 2019.
Last updated on January 17, 2021.
Kyoto. One of Japan’s ancient capitals, it is the quintessential Japanese city, with breathtaking shrines, mouth-watering food, charming neighborhoods, and lush bamboo forests. While you can easily spend days wandering around Kyoto’s numerous temples and gardens, it can also be perfectly experienced in just two days. So today, I have outlined the ultimate 2 day Kyoto itinerary!
Vancouver. My hometown, it is a city well-known for its ever-present veil of rain clouds. Regardless, Vancouver is an amazing city to walk around, with stunning views of the vast Pacific Ocean on one side and the towering North Shore mountains on the other. And, I would like to share my Vancouver walking expertise with you; this is my self-guided Vancouver walking tour!