• How to Tell Your Parents You’re Travelling Solo

    One of the most difficult things to do in the lead up to an exciting trip abroad is figuring out how to tell your parents you’re travelling solo. It’s common for those that care about us to be concerned with a solo trip. This concern is not limited to parents, but spouses, siblings and friends who may all have valid…

  • How To Survive Quarantine If You’re a Globetrotter

    Are you wondering how the heck you’re going to survive quarantine if you’re a globetrotter? You are not alone! As you know, the world is facing a huge crisis due to COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus. In the face of this awful pandemic, most countries are required to adhere to self-isolating rules, with most schools, stores, shops, and travel services…

  • Top 6 Must-See Lakes In Canada

    The second-largest country in the world, Canada is known for its natural beauty and outdoor activities. It’s home to eight distinct forest regions, two mountain regions, volcanoes, and the arctic zone. It also happens to have the world’s largest amount of freshwater lakes, which are spread across all ten provinces and three territories. It’s believed that there are over 2…

  • Hiking Johnston Canyon in Winter Tips and Tricks

    Hiking Johnston Canyon in winter is one of the highlight attractions that brings people from all around the world to the Banff National Park. I can’t say much about what it is like in summer, fall, or spring, but in winter, snow and ice transform the canyon into a stunning Narnia-esque winter wonderland that looks like it was taken straight…

  • Your Ultimate Canadian Bucket list

    I’ve always wanted to visit Canada. I doubt anyone would pass up the opportunity to venture out into the iconic wilderness – complete with epic landscapes, bears, moose, and endless hiking trails. But, when I decided to move to Canada, it was for many more reasons than those above. I also wanted to experience some of the Canadian cultures, such…

  • Hiking in front of a beautiful lake in Norway. Staying fit while travelling abroad.

    How to Stay Healthy While Travelling Abroad

    If there’s one thing I know about travelling the world, it’s that it is easy to gain weight and lose track of your health and fitness. With enticing foreign foods, breakfast buffets, a lack of routine, and often no weights or gyms at your disposal, it’s easy to lose that fitness you put so much time and effort into. I’m…

  • Qatar is a perfect solo female travel destination!

    Qatar is a solo female travel destination unlike any other I have visited so far. It is unique in its middle-eastern beauty, alive with its buzzing sense of forward-thinking and adventure, and for solo travellers, it is incredibly safe! I went solo female travelling through Doha, Qatar in 2018, and it was without a doubt one of my favourite travel…

  • 8 Easy Ways to Travel as a Broke Student

    If you’re anything like me, your university years would have consisted of dining on toast and noodles, constantly checking your bank account, and budgeting your way from week to week. It’s a fun life to live at times, but as students, sometimes living the broke student life doesn’t mean we want to suppress our desires to travel and explore the…