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March 2017

Tips for Visiting Muir Woods National Monument

Muir Woods National Monument is located about 40 minutes north of San Francisco. It’s a beautiful red wood forest and happens to be the the closest location to San Francisco where you can see red woods. This makes the park extremely popular and therefore very crowded. It’s totally possible to see the park (and to enjoy […]

22 Pictures That Will Make You Want To Visit Cairo

Slight disclaimer here, my dad’s Egyptian. So I’ve been to Egypt a couple of times as a child. And I have the pictures to prove it. However, 2 years ago I got to visit for my first time as an adult! Let me tell you, it’s just as great as you think it will be. […]

10 Reasons Why Iceland Should Be Your Next Trip

Ever go some place so spectacular you couldn’t stop talking about it? That place was Iceland for me. Iceland as a trip came about as a complete fluke for me. I actually already had tickets and accommodation booked for France during the 2016 Euro Cup but due to the concerns of security at the time my […]

15 Most Instagrammable Spots in San Francisco

If you know me then you know I’m all about that Instagram life. It’s arguably my favorite social media and I spend far too much time on it. Sometimes when you travel or have an experience it just isn’t enough to write an entire blog post on the item/topic but sometimes you get that one […]

Clarion Alley: A Street Art Enthusiasts Love Letter

I’m a huge fan of street art and one of the biggest perks of visiting a city is discovering the street art scene. In San Francisco some of that street art can be found in Clarion Alley which is a small street in between Mission and Valencia Streets and 17th and 18th Streets. This alley […]

Why You Should Brave the Cold and Check Out Winter Stations 2017

In part 2 of my get outside Torontonians series (see part 1 here) I checked out the annual art installation event Winter Stations 2017. Just like previous years it’s located on Woodbine Beach and Kew Beach in the Toronto Beaches area. The event runs from February 20th to March 27th but I do recommend that […]