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Washington State Road Trip Part 1: Seattle

For the (Canadian) Thanksgiving long weekend, I took a trip across the border with my boyfriend and another friend. It was a memorable one, and it seriously made me see the state in a new light. Washington State Road Trip Part 1: Seattle Washington is the neighbouring state to BC, so I’ve been several times. I’ve always found it pretty similar to home (it’s still the Pacific …

Los Angeles Travel Diary

Continuing on from last post, my Venice Beach & Santa Monica travel diary. We spent Saturday and Sunday in Los Angeles itself, or at least partially. If I understand correctly, Los Angeles is actually small but Los Angeles County is huge. It’s made up of a bunch of cities like Beverly Hills, Malibu, Venice Beach and Santa Monica. But you can still call them LA. …

Venice Beach & Santa Monica Travel Diary

My LA photos are ready! This was my shortest vacation ever, but it’s the one where I took the most photos. I guess that’s what happens when your travel partner/boyfriend is always up for taking photos. He wanted to take more than I did! I’m splitting up the trip into parts so it’s not too overwhelming. Starting with day 1, my Venice Beach & Santa Monica …

Vlog: 3 Days In Los Angeles

My boyfriend and I spent the long weekend down in LA, so here is a little video of our trip! I also have a ton of photos to go through and edit, but they are coming soon as well 🙂 I’ll write more on my upcoming photo posts about the city, but for now I hope you like the video! PS. the photo above the video …

Sunshine Coast: Side Lace-Up Crop Top & Red Shorts

For our 5th anniversary the weekend before last, my boyfriend and I visited the Sunshine Coast of BC. It’s a region about an hour from Vancouver. Though it’s connected to the mainland, it’s cut off by mountains with no roads so it’s only accessible by ferry. I felt like I was on a secluded island the whole time, surrounded by nothing but ocean and mountains. It …

Paris Travel Diary

Visiting Paris has become a regular thing because my sister and niece live there. It almost feels like a home away from home. Even though I’ve been there several times it never gets boring, and it’s always a pleasure to spend time with my family and friends. My niece Dasha is now old enough to know who I am (she even remembers Lady!) and she talks …