The world today is often a pretty stressful place. Between school, work, and bills, there is also constant pressure to connect with those around us as well.
Airports. Connections. Hotels. Ground transportation. For more seasoned travellers, these are the things about travelling that become quite repetitive after while;
For many, travelling around the country or world is one of of the most rewarding experiences of life. Travel introduces us to new cultures, food, and landscapes we would never see or try otherwise.
Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, is a charming seaside town nestled in the southern tip of Vancouver Island, and the perfect place to spend a weekend.
Solo travel as a woman can be incredibly empowering. It can make you rethink the way you have been told about the world, and it enhances all of your natural abilities to navigate new experiences.
Preparing for a road trip always requires a TON of work. Add in a road trip with children and you might as well be packing up your entire house.
Whether we’re endlessly scrolling through Instagram, or pinning Pins about all of the beautiful places we could be in this world, or even looking at places our friends are visiting on Facebook, we’re always wishing, hoping to be some place else to get those beautifully crafted travel photos.
Navigating a completely new environment can be daunting, and sometimes even more so for introverted travelers. As much as we may love (and need!) our personal space to recharge our batteries and fully take in our surroundings, we do desire human connection but are, at times, at a bit of a loss as to how to make friends while we’re on the road.