[Through the Lens] Poland: Pretty in Pastel

There’s something about pastel and washed-out colours that gets me. They’re soothing and soft, peaceful and calming. And God bless Poland, because it introduces some beautifully designed pastel buildings!

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[Unfiltered; ep.6] Shelley (Travel-Stained)

Shelley from Travel-Stained shares her insights on what traveling has taught her, the most surreal places she has visited, advice for first-time travelers, and more!

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Exploring Madrid on Foot: what can I see and where can I go?

For those of you who may not know where to begin on your travels to Madrid, or might perhaps only have one day to explore, here’s a list of landmarks that you won’t want to miss!

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This is Israel (Ep. 9 – August 2018)

This is Israel is back after a few months of hiatus!  For those who might not be familiar with this blog segment, it is a space where I share with you what I have experienced during my past month in Israel. In addition to my normal travel blogs, I want to use this space to give you…

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[Zichron Yaakov] A quaint and tranquil town

Zichron Yaakov is the perfect destination to visit if you’re looking to get away from the craziness of city life and become immersed in tranquility.

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Munchies Guide to Israel: Shakshuka

Shakshuka (شَكْشُوكَةٌ) is a staple of Arab and Israeli cuisines and can be found at most coffee shops and restaurants around the country.The dish is not native to Israel, as it was brought here by the Jewish immigrants from North Africa but, in part, due to the Tunisian, Algerian, and Moroccan Jewish communities here, it…

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This is Israel (Ep. 8 – March 2018)

The eighth installment of “This is Israel” is here!  A space where I share with you what I have experienced during my past month in Israel. In addition to my normal travel blogs, I want to use this space to give you a glimpse of what my life in Israel is really like.

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10 Cultural Differences: Korea vs. Canada

Whenever you go to a new country, there will always be interesting things that you begin notice that differ from your native country. This was the case when I traveled to Seoul – there were some things that I noticed about it that were different from what I was used to experiencing in Canada.

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Happy food journey (Seoul Edition)

I had 10 days in Seoul to eat as many types of food as I possibly could – and I had the best food imaginable! Bibimbap, mandu, bingsu, and so much more!

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