I return back home from Japan and see the stark difference how both cities are dealing with COVID-19.
Note: This was written on and around March 21 and 22. I was only able to upload on the 24th. The warm weather or the blossoming flowers are great reasons to get out of the house. Put the two together and you have an enticing duo that can’t be ignored. The cherry blossom viewing, hanami, […]
COVID-19 In Japan Mar. 18
People have been asking me if I’m worried or scared of coronavirus while staying in Japan.
I believe a travel curse has been placed on me. I don’t travel as often as I would like, but my last three trips I have witnessed an accident on each trip. No major injuries or death we’re involved, probably only bruised egos. Like an ironic twist of fate, where my joy of traveling causes pain […]
How a 9 hour layover was enough to want to come back to Lima, Peru.
Nestled in the backstreets of downtown Toronto are a few alleys that cater to graffitti artists and aficionados. Walls, structures, or any surface can, and will be used as a canvas. The alleyways stretch across a few city blocks, from Spadina Ave. to Portlands St. running east and west, then spreading out north and south in […]
I don’t have a picture of it so you will have to take my word for it. They say you should have your camera with you at all times to catch the moment as it happens. Even if I had my camera with me, it would have been humanly impossible to catch it in time. […]
Or how I stopped stressing and chose to show my work. Leading up to my trip to Portugal in October, I decided to post a travel image once a day on Instagram throughout September. With the excitement of visiting my home country, a place I have not visited in 20 years, I wanted to share […]
A visit to the Monkey Park Iwatayama in Kyoto.
Tashirojima, AKA Cat Island. Off the beaten path, a visit to an almost abandoned island is a must. This island currently houses more cats then humans. Only about 100 residents or so remain here feeding the ever growing cat population. Taking a step off the boat you will be greeted with well, nothing really. Just a minutes […]
Caution: If you are easily disgusted, you’ve been warned. An early rise at 5:30am is completely outside my normal routine, but a sunrise over the Sahara sand dunes in Morocco was something I didn’t want to miss. Grabbing my prepared back pack, I stepped out of my tent and headed towards the hill I […]
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