What do you need to do if you’ve recently moved to London, one of the greatest cities in the world? I recently moved to London from Amman, Jordan. While I had lived in Toronto before (for almost 6 years), I never had to deal with the hard part of setting up a life on my … Continue readingA short guide to moving to London
For my very first trip to London, I only had one week, but I wanted to hit some of the highlights. I’m going to post some more photos later, but I wanted to share some of the Instagram photos that I took during the week. It was a very fun trip; an introduction into British … Continue readingA Glimpse of London Through Instagram
Foz do Iguacu, Brazil was a bit of a whirlwind. I’m still trying to sort out everything that went on that week. But as I do that, one thing keeps coming to mind…I was so not acting like myself. What I mean to say is that I tried to move out of my comfort … Continue readingSo, I was *kinda* part of a show in Brazil
White. Orange. Blue. Green. Yellow. Cameraguy, Kenny, reminding my skydiving instructor, Tukes, of the order of the coloured buttons he needs to pull on the parachute after we jump. NOT very encouraging as you’re about to hurl yourself out of an airplane, 13 thousand feet above the Wadi Rum desert. You know what else is … Continue readingSkydiving over Wadi Rum, Jordan
Due to my work in the past year for the Jordan Tourism Board, I’ve met about 40 or so travel bloggers, and spoken online to a couple dozen more. The single most asked question: “Do you have a blog?” When my answer is a “No!” in an almost of-course-I-don’t-have-a-blog-I-can’t-have-a-blog-I-don’t-have-time-for-a-blog tone, then the following question is … Continue readingBut why not?