5 Free Winter Outdoor Activities To Do In The Sea-to-Sky Corridor On A Rainy Day

5 Free Winter Outdoor Activities To Do In The Sea-to-Sky Corridor On A Rainy Day

"There is no bad weather, just inappropriate clothing." -Ranulf Fiennes Some people tend to find inconvenience under atmospheric precipitation. They fear to get wet, to get cold, to soak their hair, to ruin their makeup, to get lost in the fog, or to be drown in sadness. Of course I am not talking about getting outdoors during a [...]

2015 Challenge Accomplished: 20 Adventures In the PNW ✓

2015 Challenge Accomplished: 20 Adventures In the PNW ✓

In 2015, I chose not to travel overseas in order to save money and focus on other projects. It was a tough decision, since I have been travelling around the globe annually for the past 14 years. It was something I had to do, in order to financially get back on track and work on [...]

5 Dog-Friendly Incredible Hikes in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor

5 Dog-Friendly Incredible Hikes in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor

The season has changed, leaving place to the cool and crisp air of autumn. Summer has been absolutely crazy, in so many good ways, with work, and camping and adventuring every weekend. But I am now looking forward to quiet days at work, cozy wool sweater weather and wrapping my hands around hot teas and good [...]

A Sunday Stroll

A Sunday Stroll

Life on the road is absolutely exhilarating. But you can't always be trotting from country to country eternally. You eventually have to go back home to recharge the battery and you soon fall back into routine. You feel trapped in normality and daydream of your next destination. But until you set sails and explore the whole wide world again, [...]

Totally Pampered!

Totally Pampered!

This post has also been published on Clapway. I have been adventuring a lot lately, discovering dirt roads, camping new grounds, surfing new waves, hiking new peaks. But this time, for my friend Julie's birthday, I decided it would be nice to get a little less dirty, and a little more sassy. Starting off the day [...]

A Decade In Such Great Heights

A Decade In Such Great Heights

500 weeks ago, I headed west aboard a Greyhound bus on the Trans Canada Highway, bringing along a poor English, a backpack, a snowboard and just a few dollars in my pockets. After spending the summer by the sea in Victoria, BC, working at a Yögen Früz to learn a second language, I migrated to the [...]

The Road to Home

The Road to Home

As soon as flight AA1746 from Grand Cayman landed its wheels on the wet tarmac of Vancouver's International airport, a double spiral of anxiety and excitement swirled inside my guts. Delicate sleet danced softly toward the ground. I disembarked the craft and followed a crowd of Asian-Canadian passengers. The scents of Tim Horton's fresh coffee [...]