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15 Pictures That Prove Yosemite National Park Is Worth A Visit in the Rain

If you’ve checked out some of my old posts you know I like National Parks. I like them so much it’s a bucket list item for me to visit all the American and Canadian National Parks. When we were in San Francisco back in February I made sure that we could fit in a visit […]

6 Places You Have To Eat At In New York

Everyone’s got their must dos when they visit a city right? I’m one of those people who love to eat. Okay, most people love to eat. But I love finding out what you have to try in a city or country and trying said food. Visiting any place in the US is of course associated with […]

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 […]

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 […]

Houseboat Hunting in Sausalito

We recently came back from a trip to the Bay Area in California. While we got seriously unlucky with the weather (as in it was freezing and raining every single day) it did break up slightly one of the days. We had just finished hiking Muir Woods (post to come on that!) and had stopped […]

Bryce Canyon National Park

Since we had to stay the extra night we decided to squeeze in a quick trip to Bryce Canyon National Park! We were all pretty gassed out and not wanting to exhaust ourself for that epic 32 hour drive back to Toronto so we just mainly did a drive to the recommended lookout points. We […]

Zion National Park and Almost Dying

Keeping with the pattern of super packed days after doing Upper Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend we headed to Utah to hike Zion National Park! It took us about 2 hours to there from Page, Arizona (where Horseshoe Bend is) and we were definitely ready to stretch our legs. 

Upper Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend

I’ve finally made the move over to my own domain so please accept my apologies for the delays in posts. I was (and still am) trying to figure out how to make this thing work so bare with me for the next week or so while I get it under control.