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Coastal Destinations: Cinque Terre, Italy

In 2014 I had the pleasure of studying abroad in Italy experiencing geotourism and international food and culture. What I loved the most about Italy was how different the climate and geology was in the whole country – how you could be sipping a host espresso in the Italian Alps and within a couple hours be surrounded by rolling hills of vineyards, but my hands down favorite location was on the coast. 483 more words

Lunenburg: Colour me enchanted

Okay so as you may have guessed by now, and if you’ve also read my post on Kinsale, you know my love for colourful little port towns. 337 more words

Travel Diaries

The not-so-bad British summer

Seeing as I haven’t posted anything since February I thought I’d start with something easy, just so my brain would get accustomed to putting lines of text together. 1,784 more words

Stuff I Did

The Best Fish and Chips So Far

Last Tuesday my quest for the best fish and chips in Canada (so far) came to a delicious end. This hidden gem was in Steveston, about 13 miles from Downtown Vancouver. 716 more words


Mgarr in Gozo has been a fishing harbour and a Ferry port since medeaval times, since the thirteenth century. In the olden days a small jetty was used for passengers to board a ship and for fishermen to unload their catch, it is still there just below the Gleneagles bar.  230 more words