Travelling to any destination on holiday can be uplifting, inspirational and invigorating. A good holiday can recharge and revitalize, but coming home can be the start of the post-holiday blues. Many people succeed in stopping those blues before they even begin by decorating their home with a travel-inspired theme.
My favourite part of this Friday Photos lark is how it encourages me to go back through my photos of trips from years past and relive the amazing experiences I’ve been fortunate to have. One place that I really never thought I would visit was Thailand
You really can’t help falling for fall when the season makes the landscape so breathtakingly beautiful. I don’t think there is anywhere in the world that does fall better than Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec.
Tomorrow we’re off on our second trip of the month, this time to Portugal. although the purpose of the trip is to start planning our wedding, which should be taking place on the sunny shores of the Algarve in May 2013, we’d really like to spend at least some time relaxing
What is it about an abnormally large household object that intrigues us? My family photo albums are filled with photographs of my sister and I posed in front of the oversized animal sculptures that dot the roadsides of Northern Ontario
Happy birthday to #FriFotos, who have been bringing us photo goodness for two whole years now. In honour of this momentous occasion todays theme is two, a rather more general theme than we are usually graced with.
Late October isn’t really the recommended time to visit Scotland. It’s cold up there and it rains quite a lot, both of which are only worse in the late autumn. Nevertheless, this is just the time that we decided to take our first trip to Edinburgh, with my mom in tow.
I’ve been cooped up in the house for the last little while working on my dissertation. My day’s are filled mostly with reading and writing, interspersed with lots of procrastination, meals, and trips to the swimming pool.
Bruges, Belgium is famous for many things – chocolate, lace, and canals most notably. The city does however have a famous resident that you might not know about – and he’s a rather cute resident at that. No, it’s not an artist, writer, painter, or royal. He’s a bit furrier than that.
In the centre of Liverpool you will find a church. Well, more than one church really. If there is one thing that Liverpool is not short of it is churches, strangely enough. Only one of these churches however, will be lacking in some rather important architectural features, namely a roof and any windows.