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California North America Review: Accommodations San Francisco United States of America

Herbert Hotel, San Francisco, California, USA

My boyfriend and I went to California for 10 days. We started the trip in San Diego, headed to Los Angeles, then drove to San Francisco. We were in San Francisco from Dec. 26 to 28. We booked our hotel online while we were still in Canada. The price was CAD$100 per night. Location: Herbert […]

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YYC Hot Chocolate Fest is back

Calgarians! It’s that time of the year again when we vote for the best hot chocolate in the city! The YYC Hot Chocolate Fest is back on its sixth year and will run for the whole month of February. Cafes, restaurants, and other local businesses will compete for the titles Calgary’s Best Hot Chocolate and […]

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Budget Breakdown for My Ten-Day Trip to California in December

Here is a breakdown of my expenses when I went to California for 10 days from Dec. 20 to 30, 2016. We went to San Diego, Universal Studios, Los Angeles, Disneyland, and San Francisco. Expenses before leaving for California CAD$452.82 – roundtrip flight Calgary to San Diego from Dec. 20 to 30, 2016. Flight booked […]

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Travel Video Diary: Float Down the Elbow

It was a hot summer day on June 5, 2016 and so David and I decided to float down the Elbow river in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Watch our little video to see what it was like! It only cost us CAD$50 for the inflatable boat we got from Walmart plus the rental fee for the […]

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55 Facts About Calgary

Calgary became an official town on Nov. 7, 1884 under the North-West Territories Ordinance The City of Calgary was incorporated on Jan. 1, 1894 Calgary got its name from Calgary Bay on the Isle of Mull in Scotland Calgarians gave its city a nickname of “cowtown” Cowtown lives up to its name with its annual […]

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Travel Video Diary: Hiking the Canadian Mount Everest Expedition Trail

On May 29, 2016, David and I decided to go on a day hike in Kananaskis Country in Alberta, Canada. We ended up hiking the Canadian Mount Everest Expedition Trail. I think we heard a baby bear at some point so we ended up not finishing the hike. Watch our little video below! 🙂 For […]

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Dressing Up in a Yukata in Japan

I have made it my goal to wear a kimono or a yukata when I visited Japan. I just thought that it would be a really unique experience and something that I would remember for the rest of my life. And I was right! Rent it or buy it? At first, I just wanted to […]

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Travel Video Diary: Weekend at Emerald Lake in British Columbia, Canada

On March 26 to 27, 2016, David and I stopped by at Lake Louise for some croissants and hot chocolates then headed off to Emerald Lake for a five-kilometre hike! Spent the night playing kokology and watching travel documentaries over chocolate fondue and champagne. The next morning, we headed to Banff for lunch at Eddie’s […]

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Escape The Crowds: Why You Should Visit Central Asia

Are you a fan of being crammed into tight spaces and unable to move freely at tourist spots? No, we aren’t either. Central Asia is a beautiful place, but often goes overlooked when compared to Oriental cousins like Japan and China. Let’s take a look at five spots in this oft-forgotten region of the continent […]

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12 Yummiest Desserts from Around the World

Having a sweet tooth and being passionate about travel, I decided to collaborate with other travel bloggers to compile a list of the best desserts in the world. So here it is, my dear readers! May this post encourage you to travel for food. Disclaimer: we are not responsible for any cavities you may get […]



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