I went to Vancouver, BC because there was a gnawing in the back of my mind, a need to get out of Dallas and forget about work for just a few days. So, I went. Continue reading “A Weekend In Vancouver, British Colombia”
What’s better than reading about travel? Watching travel videos on YouTube, of course! It’s free, and the quality of these videos is above and beyond anything I find on cable tv. The main reason I’m writing this post is because if you’re like me and love reading about other people’s travels, then watching videos by creative people on YouTube is right up your alley. Whether it be the U.S.A., China, South Africa, Japan, these videos have it all. Continue reading “My Favourite Travel Youtube Channels”
Nostalgia is a powerful thing, and it got me bad.
A couple months ago I was going through my mom’s hard drive with all the family pictures on it, and stumbled across a folder full of scanned pictures taken of my maternal grandparents– from about the 1950’s to 2017. I also noticed a couple similarities between pictures they took in Ireland when they lived there/visited and the ones I took the last few times I was in Ireland. I thought I’d share those with the internet, since we all seem to love this sort of thing. I love Ireland, and having physical proof that we’ve all stood in the same places is kind of amazing. So, enjoy these pictures and make sure to call your grandparents today. Continue reading “Ireland Then and Now”
Surprise, surprise, I watched more documentaries about Antarctica. I’m not above admitting that it’s an obsession. Antarctica is just so mesmerizingly interesting that I can’t help but spend my days (and nights) learning more about it. Continue reading “Documentaries about Antarctica (Part II)”
I lived in Rome for six months (January-May 2015), but it wasn’t until I started frequenting the park behind the Castel Sant’Angelo that Rome really felt like home. Continue reading “The Park Behind the Castel Sant’Angelo”