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Halifax

Unsure of where to spend my four years of freedom but quite sure that I didn’t want to recognize my whole high school on campus, I accepted a letter from Dalhousie University and moved to city that I’d never been to and on the other side…

May 10, 2015
dublin
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Walking Tours

Sandemans New Europe Tours are a great way to stretch your legs and explore a city. Informative, creative, historical and always led by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide, I’ve taken these tours in a few cities across Europe (Prague, Berlin, Madrid) and they always…

May 10, 2015
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Singapore, Singapore

Singapore is a unique and remarkable city for many reasons; it is one of the only three surviving city-states in the world and apart from Monaco is the most densely populated city. It is home to a multicultural population consisting of four predominant cultures,…

May 8, 2015
phnompenh
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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh was the first stop on the first trip that I ever took; it opened up my sheltered eyes to a vibrant and foreign culture, introduced me to a poverty that I had never seen before and boldly burst my bubble. It is…

May 8, 2015
GRLE
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Cruisy Cabo

Being a Flight Attendant isn’t always glamourous. I once had a lady poo in the aisle, a passenger turn blue in front of me and a real creep ask for “something sweet” while eyeing me hungrily. But there have also been so many moments…

May 8, 2015
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Kingston from Kingston

To celebrate Canada day I’ve decided to honour my home town Kingston, a lovely place to grow up and spend weekends at the cottage and evenings on the lake. Kingston is the kind of city where people forget to lock their doors and everybody…

May 8, 2015
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Dazzling Dubai

Arriving in Dubai is like arriving in the future. From an endless expanse of sand, incredible architecture sets new boundaries and rises up in awe of an ever-changing landscape; a city shaped by man and created by money drawn up from the ground. Dubai…

May 8, 2015
prague
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It’s Pretty in Prague

Spending time in Prague is like stepping into the pages of a Fairytale; at the top of a modest hill Prague Castle stands watch over the burnt orange rooftops, the brisk Vltata river winds through both old and new towns like a ribbon and…

May 8, 2015
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Phuket Paradise

The Land of Smiles is one, indeed. Phuket Town is where I was lucky enough to study, teach and live for about 4 months of my time in SE Asia. It is where I consider home, the most Thai part of the island and…

May 8, 2015
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Magical Machu Pichu

Peru is a stunning country whose ancient culture is famous and appreciated for many things but always, Machu Pichu. Never to be missed, following the Inca trail and trekking to the top of Machu Pichu is considered the most famous trek in South America…

May 8, 2015