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How it all started...

I don’t really believe in luck. I’m one of these people who live by the rule of “everything happens for a reason”. Even the bad things or, I should say, especially these ones. 590 more words

Evs Blog

saepe errō

i often wander, go astray. wanting to break the very foundations of the english language is not something new. what motivates you? killing curiosity with questioning. 292 more words




Jour 2 de mon aventure Canadienne, je pars me balader dans un quqrtier aue je n’ai jamais fais a Montréal, un melange d’entrepots transformé en petit restaurant, café, commerces en tout genre.




Christmas in Bruges... Chocolate immersion

When you think of Belgium, many things come to mind: The EU, Tintin’s quiff, multiple beers and meticulously handmade lace. But of all Belgium’s exports, perhaps its most famous and certainly most popular is its chocolate, which (though the Swiss may disagree) surpasses all of Europe’s chocolate offerings in the glorious craftsmanship, quality and variety of its creation, resulting in shop and after shop of exquisitely formed shiny chocolates in every shape, colour, size and texture. 247 more words


I can’t wait till it’s all over

We have missed the point if Christmas is marked by holiday rush and busy restlessness rather than Hope, Love, Joy, and Peace. The true meaning of Christmas is celebrating and remembering the coming of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ! 68 more words

Journal/ Reflection

Winter in Freiburg im Breisgau

I decided to do a quick day trip to Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany which was two hours away from Strasbourg by bus. I’ve seen this location pop up a couple of times when I was searching tickets up on the Flixbus app so I did some research on the city and decided to visit. 611 more words

Tea Ceremony

Japanese tea ceremony is a ritual that many people visiting Japan want to experience.  It is a ritual that prepares and serves Matcha green tea with Wagashi confections.  110 more words