When I recently posted the image of Victoria Falls (more accurately of Devil’s Pool at Victoria Falls) I realized it’s been awhile since I shared any Africa images. And this one is a good one. I have really mixed feelings about Zanzibar. I think by the time we got there we were really, really tired.
Though I’ve previously posted a photo of Dubrovnik in travel tuesday series, I have to admit, it isn’t my favourite place in the world. Too busy, too many cruise ship tourists, and just a bit too intense for me. But then we took a ferry over to Dubrovnik’s little brother, Korcula. And I fell in
This is the last of three instagram travel tuesday posts. Today, some quintessential SF shots taken in the beautiful weather last week. I love that city, though I have to say: I’m happy to finally be home with my hubby!
Yesterday a group of girlfriends and I flew into Las Vegas! I’ve never been before and it feels like I am discovering a whole (bizarre) new world. We’ll be eating, drinking, cabana-ing, and cirque-ing for the next couple of days. Woohoo!
Happy Wednesday everybody! Since I missed Travel Tuesday yesterday (in favour of a Richmond restaurant review), I’m going to come at you a day late. The following images of Tigre were taken on my Nikon FM film camera. Tomorrow I’ll talk more about Richmond, about my disappointment, my teensy tiny bit of relief, and our
El Ateneo Grand Splendid, located at Santa Fe 1860 in Buenos Aires, is the most amazing bookstore I’ve ever been to. Originally a theatre, Teatro Grand Splendid, it was converted into a bookstore and cafe. One word sums it up perfectly: breathtaking. On the old stage of the theatre, you find a cafe. A perfect
I’m back with Travel Tuesday this week friends! I’ve got so many non-restaurant related posts all bundled up inside me that I’m just about bursting at the seams! So first – thank you – for being patient well I show off my sweet restaurant review skills to Tourism Richmond (hi, guys!) And before I leave
On Friday I went for a much needed photo walk. I was feeling like I needed some inspiration (apart from my computer screen). Yesterday I decided to finally download the images and edit them. And I’m a little bit in love. Especially with the super sized green bench.
Last time we were in Argentina, we didn’t take the ferry across the Rio de la Palta to visit Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay. A small city, only 40kms from Buenos Aires, as the crow flies (or, in this case, as the ferry goes). This time, we were in Uruguay anyway shooting Morgan and Agustin’s wedding
Today is quite literally a Travel Tuesday. At 12:26 PST we flew from PSP to LAX from where boarded a flight to Houston. I’m posting this in the boarding lounge in Houston awaiting our 9:00PM flight to Buenos Aires. We’ll spend the next week in Uruguay and then move into an apartment in Buenos Aires
The last stop on our summer trip was Barcelona. It was my first time in Barcelona. My first time in Spain. I fell in love. In fact, it reminded me somewhat of Buenos Aires. Where I will be in just over two weeks. Be still, my heart. If you are wondering where that awesome terrace
Our third stop on our summer trip was our week at the Chateau Ventenac in (surprise, surprise) Ventenac, near Narbonne. Food. Friends. Wine. Day trips to markets and to Carcassone. What could be better?
Our next stop on our summer trip was the Loire Valley. Just a day. I was incredibly sick. But it was as beautiful as I remembered. Chambord. Chenoceau. Little car. Amazing day.
J’adore Paris. Images from the first stop on our summer trip.
Only 4 or so hours from Toronto (by train or by car, 45 minutes by air) is Canada’s capital – and home of my in-laws – Ottawa. The May weekend before we were in Montreal, we went to Ottawa to spend some time with the hub’s parents and check out the tulips! The tulip bulbs