Don’t get me wrong, I like paved roads, public libraries, access to education and infrastructure. I also acknowledge that such luxuries are a direct result of governance and taxation. But sometimes Canadian legislation is a bit uptight in the Fun Department.
Did you know that while Canadians are world renown for politeness, there is an impression among some that we are a little dumb? Truth. I’ve hear this circulating a few times now.
It’s almost as if when you flashpack, backpack or travel for an extended period of time, you have a license to be the Anti-Tourist. There’s no pressure to run around like mad and see all of the necessary attractions. In my opinion, this is part of the reason that we were cavelier about some of the sights we missed.
In Chiang Mai I thought it quintessential to drink from a coconut.
I’m revisiting my Bucket List and this year has witnessed five items struck down.
I have an admission to make. Last weekend I went to America for the first time in my life.
These are a few of my favourite things!
The last time I posted about Bangkok I was not a happy glamper.
So it turns out that Cat Ba Island in summer is the premier holiday destination of the north Vietnamese.
We needed to get out of Hanoi and into Halong, there was simply not enough going on in the city to appease us.