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SimCity 2000, Part XII: Build That Wall

About 150 years after its founding, Hell is just about bursting at the seams.  The city has some land left to build upon in the corners and edges of its limits, but that land is hilly and difficult to effectively develop.  996 more words


Sapporo Yuki Matsuri - part 2 (Susukino)

I reckon I could’ve spent the entire day at Odori Park for the Sapporo Snow Festival – just eating, and watching random performances on the snow stages, and drinking hot sake and hot mojitos (yes, hot mojitos are a thing, and they are… 586 more words


Exploring Ottawa!

I can’t believe it’s already been a few weeks since we visited Ottawa – and even more bizarrely, yesterday marked the year anniversary of moving to Canada. 407 more words


Hôtel de Glace

Located only 4 km from the north end of Québec City, the Hôtel de Glace is a must-see attraction to discover every winter. The only Hôtel de Glace in America, has seduced over a million people around the world since its opening in 2001. 72 more words


Winter Festival Season

February tends to be the month when Canadian towns, both big and small, celebrate with various winter festivals.  These celebrations have been historically important for communities to thumb their nose at the dark and cold for outdoor fun, games, and attractions. 183 more words

Random Stuff

China: Harbin (哈尔滨) Snow & Ice Festival

Day three in Harbin consisted of snow sculptures, Siberian tigers, and ice sculptures all lit up at night. This is the reason people really come to Harbin. 1,833 more words

Last Goodbye

February. Rain is dropping to the window and thin water streams flowing down. The temperature is around ten degrees Celsius. The buds on the trees are swollen and ready to release the young leaves. 170 more words