Good day everyone, and welcome to Part 2 of my Ireland Travel series! 😃☘️ Athlone is the largest town of the Midlands Region in central Ireland, with a population of 21,349 inhabitants in 2016. It lies within County Westmeath, and the Shannon, Ireland’s longest river (360.5 km or 224 miles), flows right through here. Things… Continue Reading →
Dublin is Ireland’s capital and largest city, with 1,417,700 inhabitants in metro Dublin in 2020, and is located on the east coast. Like in the rest of Ireland, there are two official languages spoken here: Irish (Gaelic) and English, so don’t be surprised about bilingual signs! For many tourists, Dublin is the gateway to their… Continue Reading →
With travel slowly getting back to normal this year, many tourists like to visit the hot spots of a destination. But I suggest to also check out small towns that are off the beaten path, to recharge from all the hustle and bustle. My favourite Canadian small town is Blue River, BC! Blue River is… Continue Reading →
Berlin is Germany’s capital, and is located in the Northeast of the country. With 3.7 million inhabitants, it’s also the largest city in Germany, and visitBerlin calls it “The City of Freedom”, which is thanks to its openness and tolerance, so you can just be yourself! I visited Berlin in August 2020, and I’m excited… Continue Reading →
Although winter is slowly coming to an end, ski and snowboard enthusiasts still head to Western Canada’s ski resorts, to enjoy awesome spring skiing/boarding, with warmer weather and longer days. One of my favourites is Marmot Basin Ski Resort near Jasper, Alberta. The small town of Jasper is inside Jasper National Park, which, at 11,228… Continue Reading →
While planning my trip to Victoria and Vancouver Island last summer, I learnt about the cool-sounding “Orcas: Our shared future” exhibit at the Royal BC Museum. These giant marine creatures have been in my Top 5 of favourite animals for many years, so of course, I had to check it out! After being in the… Continue Reading →
Nanaimo, also called “The Harbour City”, is on the east coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, and about 90,000 people live here. It’s the second largest city on the island (after Victoria), and is right next to the Strait of Georgia inside the Salish Sea. While it’s less popular with tourists than other places on Vancouver… Continue Reading →
When I first arrived in Canada in mid May 2012, I spent about a month in Toronto. I’d never been there, so unlike many other people I know, who started their Canadian adventure in Vancouver, I decided to check out Toronto. It’s in the eastern province of Ontario, and is Canada’s largest city by population… Continue Reading →
It’s July 2019, and unfortunately, my trip through Western Canada is slowly coming to an end. But there’s one spot left on my list: The Regal Cat Café in Calgary, Alberta. I first learnt about this place after their big opening in June 2017, but didn’t have a chance to visit until now. So, as… Continue Reading →
It’s June 2014, and we have a few days off, so we go on a short road trip, with no destination in mind. From Calgary, we head west on the famous Trans Canada Highway, that leads us through a very small part of the Rocky Mountains, then into British Columbia. After a while, we get… Continue Reading →
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