Magical Marrakech for the First Time Visitor

Overlooking Jemaa el-Fna // Photo: Grand Parc

Beautiful, colourful and always welcoming to visitors, Marrakech is a magical place to visit. The city can be separated into two halves: the ancient walled Medina, a jumble of crooked streets and venders selling their fares, and colonial Ville Nouvelle with its glitz and glamour. From the many markets, to exceptional attractions, such as Jemaa el Fna and the Saadian Tombs, it’s impossible to resist the charms of Marrakech. Jemaa el Fna One of the (many) places to visit in Morocco’s fourth-largest city, is, of course, Jemaa el Fna; a Continue Reading

The Best of Vancouver in 8 Hours

Best of Vancouver in 8 Hours

Summer in Vancouver is tourist season. It’s also cruise season. Vancouver is a major starting point for many Alaskan cruises. With 10 000+ people passing through the Port of Vancouver some days, the most that the average person sees of Vancouver is from the drive from the airport to the cruise port and then sailing out of the Burrard Inlet. I’ve heard from so many people say yes, they’ve been to Vancouver, but only to take a cruise or passing through on a cruise, which always makes me sad. I’ve put together a quick itinerary to see the Continue Reading

Behind the Scenes at America’s Got Talent

Radio City Music Hall

About a year ago this time, I was getting ready to go to New York City with my brother. When people find out I went to New York, they ask if I went to see any Broadway shows. I opted to not go to any this trip and focus on other things in the city. But then I slip in that I ended up going to see a live taping of America’s Got Talent. They were filming the first of their semi finals that week and seemed like a great way to spend an evening. For as long as I can remember, I've wanted to go and see a filming of a TV show, whether it be a Continue Reading

My Super Secret Travel Project: eyeCanGo


Today I’m excited to share with you a super secret project that I’ve been working on with my boyfriend. But first, a little story. Before I started blogging I had no idea about the wealth of information available online in the form of travel blogs. Sure, I knew a few of the major bloggers: Nomadic Matt, Chris Guillebeau of The Art of Nonconformity, and 20 Something Travel, among others. When I was living in Budapest and country hopping a lot, I was frustrated by the search options and the inability to find what I was looking for. You Continue Reading