Tag Archives: female solo travel

CANMORE, ALBERTA

Imagine the most perfect little town in the middle of a valley. Snow-capped mountains surround the town from every direction. Elk and deer frequently feed around the outskirts of town. Strangers smile at you as you walk down the street, some even say hi (a foreign concept to any Toronto native). Along with the vast …

TORONTO, ONTARIO

 Kensington Market Have you ever visited a place where every direction that you looked in was something so exceptional that you couldn’t take your eyes away? Colours, smells, and sounds, that take your breath away. Cultures that are so prominent in every space that you see. This is the kind of atmosphere that engulfs Kensington …

BRATISLAVA

A city defined by cobblestone streets, beautiful European buildings in every direction, and some of the wildest, most engaging people you will ever meet. One of the greatest aspects about Bratislava, especially for a young (budget) traveler like myself, is that it’s such an inexpensive destination to visit. Although most people think of Paris or …

THE SCOTTISH BORDERS

Moving to Melrose An adventure that I’ve been dreaming about for years has finally begun. I have moved to a foreign country which I’ve never been to before, on my own. I know Scotland’s not the typical country one might think of as “foreign” since it’s quite Westernised and there’s minimal culture-shock when visiting or …

LONDON

     London A Sea of Green Within the Big City Anyone who knows me can tell you that I am not a big-city lover. I would much rather spend a day surrounded by greenery, nature, and preferably, animals. However, London’s vast colourful parks within the architecturally European styled city, may have changed my mind. …