Last August we took the opportunity that having a newer vehicle provides and drove from our sandbar (PEI) over to the rock (Newfoundland). We had a beautiful weekend and made it all the way up to l’Anse Aux Meadows, then back to grab the ferry from Port-aux-Basques to Cape Breton. It was too short andContinue reading “Wednesday: Gros Morne”
My grandfather really used to love coming here, my grandmother did too. It’s a marina and shipyard and also swimming hole in the province I’m from, Groningen, the Netherlands. It faces the Wadden Sea. We visited again recently last October and it was a beautiful evening.
I visited this castle for the second time in my life back in October, 2018 and it was amazing! You can learn more about this castle, that inspired the Disney version! over here.
I figure I should start detailing a bit more about the adventures I go on and how we do it all on the cheap. (the “we” in this equation is my hopefully -probably forever partner-in-crime and newly nicknamed Tom, because he is as persistent as Tom from Tom & Jerry when he sets his mindContinue reading “The planning of a MINI-RTW, continued travel hacking.”
I often write in my head while I’m driving or when I’m laying in bed at about 3AM trying to stop my brain from whirring a hundred miles an hour and just be still. I string up words and reorder them into coherent sentences and paragraphs, orderly arrangements, to put down on paper or screenContinue reading “Stagnation”
After I graduated high school, way back in 2003 I went on to complete a completely useless college diploma in Tourism. I suppose I can’t call it completely useless because I did learn two things; I love to travel and I’d much rather get into the business side of things. I graduated college in 2005Continue reading “So I got my bachelor’s… now what?”
Its been a while since I’ve written. If you’re new, please say hi on Twitter! Back in July I was able to head to Boston for a weekend with C. It was epic. I didn’t get many pics at all, I spent most of the time just enjoying the city and the foods and theContinue reading “Boston musings”