A Weekend in Kelowna

Chris had never been farther east than Chilliwack, and while I had been to the Okanagan, I hadn’t been to Kelowna. We thought, what better way to spend our five year anniversary than to go somewhere new. We drove up to Kelowna after work on a Friday. We checked in to Hotel Zed, a cute […]

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London in 36 Hours

There are so many amazing things to do in London. Every year we go, we do something different, or see something we hadn’t seen before. Here is my latest guide for 36 hours in London. Noticeably missing from this list are riding the London Eye and visiting Big Ben (which is currently under restoration for […]

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Finding The Perfect Travel Site

I love travelling. Chris and I take about three vacations a year that involve an airplane, and a few weekend getaways that need a hotel stay. While I absolutely love travelling, planning it can be a bit of a pain. There are so many websites out there to help you find and book your vacations, […]

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Richmond Tea Rooms – Manchester, England

When in England, you must do as the English do. Chris and I found the cutest little tea room hidden away in the alleys in Manchester. We wanted to go for afternoon tea, and after a little bit of googling, I found a place called the Richmond Tea Rooms. This tea room was hard to […]

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Double Date in Fort Langley

One of my favourite places to go is Fort Langley. I know I’ve blogged about it before, but I just can’t get enough. The amazing buildings, the boutique shops, the fresh local food, what’s not to love? Our weather here in Vancouver is (was) finally beginning to look like Spring, so on the first warm, […]

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My Best Friend’s Wedding

It’s so weird to think my best friend is now married! Chris and I were fortunate enough to be able to share Karleigh and Nick’s big day with them. On Friday we set off to Tofino, a little surf town on Vancouver Island. In total, the journey took about 6 hours, but it was so worth […]

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Montreal Day Three

To finish off our trip, we ventured outside of downtown Montreal to visit Old Montreal. Since it would be such a long walk, we took the Metro which was a direct route. As soon as we arrived, we went directly to the original Bank of Montreal. The bank itself isn’t hard to miss, it is […]

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