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Thailand

It’s my first day in Thailand. As to be expected, it’s hot and unbelievably humid. I’ve been walking all day exploring the streets of Bangkok. I’m tired not only from the day’s wanderings but the long journey to get here…

Travel talk

Needless to say, there have been no memories made abroad in 2020. Things being the way they are, this year’s memories have all be created right here in Canada. Here’s to a year we’d like to forget… but never will.

Canada

It’s cold, it’s snowing, it’s Christmas time but it’s also Covid times. This is a glimpse of Old Montreal and its Chinatown right before the 2020 holidays. Restaurants and bars are obviously closed for dine-in but there was still a…

Italy

There’s something about walking down an old cobblestone road admiring European architecture, getting lost and discovering a little corner restaurant that serves the best pasta you’ve ever had in your life and listening to distant conversations taking place in Italian.…

Japan

Founded in 593, Shitennoji is Japan’s oldest official Buddhist temple. Located in Osaka, this temple is not particularly grandiose and does not really stand out from all the other temples and shrines so that’s why I opted for this particular…

Thailand

Bangkok needs no introduction as it welcomes over 20 million visitors each year and has been ranked as the world’s most visited cities a few times. Needles to say, Bangkok will undoubtedly be on the list of any serious traveler…

India

Safdarjung’s Tomb is a Mughal mausoleum located in New Delhi, India. The tomb and its surrounding gardens are very well maintained and can offer you a nice retreat away from the chaotic Delhi city life. On the day of your…

Canada

It’s that long weekend getaway to the country house. No plans. No alarms. No emails. No Netflix. No stress. It feels good to disconnect from our daily realities sometimes.