If you’ve ever wondered about walking the Camino de Santiago, here are ten things to think about to help you plan. Continue reading Thinking of Walking the Camino?
What Worked and What Didn’t I’m home again and while I’m still sorting out all the thoughts in my head … Continue reading Packing for the Camino, Part 2
If you’d like to read my annotated version of my packing list, you can read it here. I’m ready. Well, … Continue reading Packing for the Camino de Santiago
Now that the weather is starting to warm up, you may be considering travelling to Iceland to enjoy the waterfalls, … Continue reading Camping in Iceland
For years now, my partner-in-crime and I have wanted to hike the Rideau Trail. It’s a 387-km network of hiking … Continue reading The Rideau Trail
July 5th, 2009. Jerusalem. 3:30 am. I am startled awake by the piercing call to prayer emanating from the minaret … Continue reading The Old City, Jerusalem
When I’m at home in Canada, I don’t usually do a whole lot for New Year’s Eve. It’s usually to … Continue reading New Year’s Eve Around the World
(This was an email I sent to my friends and family when I lived in Japan teaching English as … Continue reading The Futon
It’s been a while since the last Iceland post. But I finally got the chance to finish off our summer … Continue reading Grindavík and the Blue Lagoon
It’s been five days since Bob had his right ankle taken apart and put back together again (for the second … Continue reading There’s Beer in Them Thar Hills!