Travel journal of a dreamer and adventure seeker.


Best Beginner Snowshoe Trails in Kananaskis

Western Canada is a premiere winter sport destination, and snowshoeing is a great way to enjoy the great outdoors during winter. Some of the best beginner destinations are a short drive from Calgary in Kananaskis country. Here are some great trails for people who are new to snowshoeing, or those who want an easy going few hours: Village Loops Snowshoe …

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Hawaii Gallery

Hawaii Photo Gallery

Hawaii has some of the most dramatic landscapes I have ever seen! I was even able to do a doors-off helicopter tour over the island of Kauai, so I could photography the incredible valley’s and waterfalls around the island. Take a look at some of my favorite photos from the trip.  

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Looking to Luau

When in Hawaii its hard not to fall for some tourist activities and cliches, like attending a luau. While the event isn’t particularly ‘realistic’, one can take pleasure in a few mai tai’s, good food and amazing fire dancers – with a few attempts at retelling Hawaiian history. After a bit of research we chose Luau Kalamaku, because of its …

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Hawaii Adventure

Waterfall Repelling in Hawaii

I am a bit of an adrenaline junkie, so when booking my upcoming trip to Hawaii, I was determined to dig up the islands best adventures. Most of the Hawaiian islands have hikes, surfing, sailing and scuba diving, but I was after something different. I finally found an outfitter on the island of Kauai who offered kayaking and waterfall repelling …

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How to Forward Your Phone While Abroad

In my on-going efforts to become location independent, one of the greatest stumbling blocks has been phone accessibility. Sure I can bring my Canadian cell phone abroad and answer calls on it, but the roaming fee’s are outrageous as is the cost of data. I travel a lot for both business and pleasure and wanted easy access to email and …

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Belgium Photo Gallery

From Amsterdam we took a quick day tour to Bruges, Belgium. It had a great historic center with lots of cobblestone, old churches and sculptures. It was particularly good for black and white photography, which brings out the fantastic texture of the old stone.

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Amsterdam Photo Gallery

A weekend in Amsterdam should be on everyone’s bucket list! It was great fun and made for some great photography. The Light Festival was on at the time, and the city had a number of light installations and art displays, which made for some interesting photos.

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Morocco Photo Gallery

Morocco is one of the most photogenic places I have ever been bright colors, textures and beautiful clear sky’s made for fantastic photo opportunities. Take a look at some of the images below:

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Exploring Chefchaouen

Tucked into northwest Morocco is the lovely town of Chefchaouen. The picturesque town is famous for its brilliant blue and white painted Medina, and it’s beautiful setting in the Rif Mountains. After a few days of frantic travel, I was excited for a few days to relax in this pretty spot. The vivid blue and white is the first thing …

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Marrakesh Survival Guide

Many travelers describe Marrakesh as abusive to the senses and its easy to see why. Between the smoke, noise, hustle, hassle and impossible to navigate Medina, it can be overwhelming to even the most seasoned traveler. Once you overcome the initial frustration though, Marrakesh can be an incredible and exotic place to spend a few days. Here are some tips …

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