In the month of May I was fortunate enough to have the privilege of going on pilgrimage to the Bahá’í Shrines and Holy Places in Haifa, Israel. Continue reading “Baha’i Pilgrimage”
After being on a month-long adventure in Europe (of which a few more blog posts and pictures will be shared in the upcoming weeks), I decided that once I got home I would appreciate the beauty that Kelowna has to offer. Continue reading “Exploring Kelowna”
Over the past few months, more people have started to read my blog. And I’ve realized something. You guys don’t really know much about me, do you? (For all you know, I may be a serial killer with a blog! *gasp*)
So here are 24 facts about me! Let me know in the comments if you can relate to any of them!
For the longest time, I’ve had “attend an orchestra/symphony” on my bucket list, so when an individual advertised a “Concert/Orchestra” that would happen during my trip to Prague, I got very excited!
So my mom and I bought tickets for that evening. Continue reading “Orchestra fail”
Is it a marshmallow? Is it a cotton swab?
IT’S A FREAKING SWAN
As I was walking across Charles Bridge I spotted a couple of swans swimming around.
“Why on God’s green earth are you so excited to see a swan?” you may ask.
Situated in the Central Bohemian Region of Bohemia, approximately 1.5 hours away from Prague, lies a city named Kutna Hora. Now, Kutna Hora is no ordinary city. Within its walls, a bone church can be found. Just like its name suggests, this church is comprised of the bones of the deceased and has become the final resting place of 40, 000 people. Continue reading “City of Bones (minus the Shadowhunters)”
Up by Prague Castle, at the top of a hill, I was able to catch a glimpse of the marvelous city of Prague. What caught my attention the most were the amazing tiled roofs within the city. Continue reading “Views of Prague”