Another month’s flown by since last month’s round up here, and if you haven’t been keeping in touch, you might not know what we’ve been up to. Here’s a brief summary! Exams, Exams, Exams. The first two weeks of the month was pretty much directed towards not failing the first of three sets of exams… Continue reading Round Up | May 2017
March was one of those months that flew by under the radar. Especially on the blogging front. While I could write a whole blog post dedicated to the difficulties of the past month, I’d rather not bore you. Let’s just simplify it: it was tough. I am missing home (South Africa) so much and our… Continue reading Round Up | March 2017
This is my Edmonton Foodie To-do List! With new places opening up nearly every week (lately), I am barely keeping up! Here’s what I’m dying to try: Breakfast/Brunch: Cafe Mosaics (Vegetarian/vegan on Whyte Ave) District Cafe & Bakery (Downtown) Cafe Linnea Canteen (Only on weekends on 124th Street) Little Brick Cafe/Coffee Shop: Lock Stock Coffee… Continue reading Edmonton | Foodie Scenes to Try
February was far too short. I feel like I wrote the January Round Up just a few days ago! Nonetheless, we still got so much done this month. While we kept it pretty local, we got away for a night or two! I BLOGGED SOME MORE. I haven’t yet caught up on most of our travels… Continue reading Round Up | February 2017
Craig and I spent a whirlwind 24 hours in Vancouver, purely to get our Schengen visas (the struggle of being a South African that loves traveling). It was far too short to get a proper feel of the city, so I am basically already dreaming about our return. There are a few things that I… Continue reading Vancouver | Bucket-list
So this isn’t the usual exciting post about a holiday itinerary. It’s real talk about how moving abroad has completely turned my life upside down. Having moved away from home at barely-eighteen, I thought I could easily do the move again, forgetting that the first year and a half of being at University without my… Continue reading Living Abroad | Why Barrhead, Alberta?
Sometimes you’ve gotta just embrace winter. Which is obviously what the Ice Castles brainchild and ice-artist Brent Christensen did, when he invented this process whilst experimenting with winter activities for his children in the frontyard of their Utah home. #YEGwinter I’ve started yet another series, (Check out #YEGweekly too) one completely dedicated to what we can do during the winter.… Continue reading #YEGwinter | Ice Castles