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Photos: Vancouver Pride Parade 2019

The Vancouver Pride Parade 2019 was last Sunday, but summer days really make me lazy. I’d prefer to be just reading a book at hand while lying down on a beach, listening to the gentle waves of the Pacific Ocean. It’s my first time to attend the Pride Parade in Vancouver, and I was not […]

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Photos: Quarry Rock Hiking Trail in Deep Cove and the Views from Above (Vancouver, British Columbia).

Photos: Quarry Rock Trail in Deep Cove and the Views from Above

I did the Quarry Rock Hiking Trail yesterday for the first time. It was a beautiful day – and it’s a weekend, too! That means that hiking trails near Vancouver (reachable via public transport) were, as expected, crowded. And I survived. Halelu! 😀 😀 Directions: Vancouver to Deep Cove by Bus Start from the Waterfront […]

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Springtime at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver

Springtime at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver is what I needed on a sunny day yesterday. The last time I checked my weather forecast app was Tuesday and it showed a rainy on Friday so I didn’t really bother to check it again. But when I woke up at almost noon, I was surprised at […]

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Cheery Blossoms at Garry Point Park Richmond Vancouver

Cherry Blossoms at Garry Point Park

Weather forecast in Vancouver this week is either rainy or cloudy. Yesterday, however, was exceptional. It was bright and sunny with a bearable chill. So where did I go? I wasted no time but visited the Garry Point Park. Going there took me an hour and a half but it was worth a trip to […]

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Gondola Ride - Sea to Sky (Squamish, British Columbia). Travel Blog Canada

Sea to Sky Gondola Ride – The Views From the Summit Are Breathtakingly Stunning

It’s a blessing when you have a friend who knows how to drive. As someone who doesn’t know how to maneuver a vehicle, my movements are limited within the city of Vancouver and its neighboring areas that are accessible to public transport. Yesterday afternoon, a friend and I drove to Squamish to ride on the […]

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Travel Blog Hollyburn Lodge Hiking Trail in Winter

Photos: The Hollyburn Lodge Hiking Trail in Winter

I joined a short trip to Cypress Provincial Park yesterday. It’s just a 30-40 minute ride from downtown Vancouver – on a Saturday mid-morning. It was snowing when we arrived. It stopped for a while and snowed again. Coming from Toronto, that snow was nothing but a shower. 😉 Since the trail was a bit […]

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Do You Know What I Did last Summer? I visited Tangier, Morocco.

Do You Know What I Did Last Summer?

Do you know what I did last summer? It’s the best summer I’ve ever had and I don’t know if I could top that ever again. Here’s the stats: 4 continents, 8 countries, 21 cities, 11 flights, some bottle of wines and sangrias, and  a handful people I’ve met. Let me show you where I […]

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Red Canoe Landing Park in Toronto

Red Canoe Landing – One of the Best Make Out Spots in Toronto

You probably never heard of the Canoe Landing Park even if you’re a Toronto local, except if you live around this park. If you take the Gardiner Expressway, you’ve surely seen this red object but never really cared too much about it. Because I read somewhere that Canoe Landing park is one of the best make out spots […]

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This street artist is insanely talented

This Street Artist in Toronto is Insanely Talented

I was walking on Queen Street yesterday when I saw a group of people encircling someone in the middle. Everyone was looking down, so I thought it’s not a normal street busking performance they were looking at. It must be different—so I crossed the street to see it for myself. And here is.  He is […]

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Lavender Farm in Milton, Ontario.

10 Day Trips From Toronto

Summer is almost over. School is going to start soon and I bet, no students are looking forward to it, but parents are! 😉 So, how’s your summer so far? Have you done enough things to make this summer memorable or you’re just chillin’ at the library or in front of your computer? Have you […]

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