Tips n’ Tricks

Things I’ve learned along the way

Three Things I Learned About Morocco

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Visiting Morocco has definitely left an impression, not only in my head, but also my heart. I had the opportunity to visit places I have only dreamed about, and experience a country that at times felt otherworldly. I learned so much in such a short amount of time, I can’t wait to have the opportunity to go back and explore more of this beautiful country.

This week I am sharing Three Things I Learned About Morocco during my first visit. View Post

Three Things I’m Happy I Packed

When we were packing for our six-month adventure, I remember feeling mildly overwhelmed. Going from winter in Canada, to the warmth of the Caribbean, followed by a European spring, and hopefully, what will turn out to be a beautiful and hot European summer. How was I suppose to pack for such dramatic location and seasonal changes?!

I soon realized that despite not knowing if my clothing selection was bang-on for our six-month journey, I was definitely successful in a different area of packing: the tech area. Now, obviously I had a little help (my genius tech-loving boyfriend) but I thought I would share the three tech-item necessities I am oh-so-happy we brought with us. View Post

La Sagrada Familia

I already had decided what our first priority in Barcelona would be, seeing the interior of La Sagrada Familia.

As this would be my second trip to Barcelona, I wanted to do/see things that I missed during my first visit here – seeing La Sagrada Familia was on top of that list. I did see it last time, however, only the exterior and only for a brief moment during our “free” walking tour of the city. Now it was time to get inside. View Post

Three Things to do in Granada

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When people speak of touring Granada, the first thing that usually comes to mind is the Alhambra.

This isn’t surprising, seeing as the Alhambra is Spain’s number one tourist attraction. Millions of people flock to the city each year to revel in the beauty of the centuries old palaces and grounds. However, once your visit to the Alhambra is complete, what else is there to do in Granada? View Post