On Set in Boston with On Location Tours

On Location Tours Inside L Tavern Boston

Who doesn’t enjoy seeing something you’ve only seen in movies in real life? I know I do. That line that blurs fiction and reality. My hometown of Vancouver is sometimes called Hollywood North and I always found it really exciting to see it in movies. Boston is no different, with so many movies filmed in and around the city which is why I decided to go scout some locations with On Location tours. While they have a couple tour options in Boston, I went with their Boston TV and Movie Sites Tour. The tour takes you through a number of Continue Reading

7 Free Things To Do in Boston

Boston Faneuil Hall Samuel Adams

Boston, full of history and interesting sites, is a great city for walking. Almost, European-esque, visitors to the centre wander through twisty, narrow, cobblestone streets, with brick buildings towering above. Further afield, the modern city comes to life with skyscrapers. The city played an important part in the build up to the American Revolutionary War and much of this legacy can be seen in the city today. With so much to see and do in the city, it’s easy to fill your days with low cost and free things to do in Boston: 1. Walk the Freedom Continue Reading

6 Things That Surprised Me in Milwaukee

Historic Third Ward Milwaukee | packmeto.com

A lot of people have wondered about my choice to go to Milwaukee. A city and area of the US that had never really been high on my to explore list, I went because of a cool opportunity to learn from and be mentored by top travel bloggers as a part of BlogHouse. I can count the number of things that I knew about Milwaukee prior to visiting on one hand. It was embarrassing how much I didn’t know about the city prior to going, but in some ways it was also a good thing. I didn’t have any preconceived notions of the city which left me open to Continue Reading

An Update on Life (or Where the Heck Have I Been?)

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You might have noticed that things have been a little quiet on my end. I haven’t posted anything for two weeks and barely have been keeping my Facebook and Twitter feeds alive. In the meantime, I wanted to share with you guys what’s happening in my life and why the sudden silence. There are a couple of reasons for this and hopefully in the next couple of weeks, everything will return to normal. I was burned out. I did a crazy amount of travel in the past month. First I was in New York City for my brother’s graduation from Columbia Continue Reading