By DANIELLE

Face to Face, at Mt. Si

With Twin Peaks set to begin filming next year, why not revisit what is perhaps the most iconic set-piece of the show: Mount Si? Featured frequently and prominently throughout the show’s two series span, the mountain is perhaps most commonly seen behind the “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign. Although it gained further prominence through the…

The Oregon Country Fair

This past weekend held the annual Oregon Country Fair. This event is everything from a fairyland tour to a testament to toplessness. The fair, in years past, had an annual showing of approximately 45,000 over its three-day showing. Of these, the majority come dressed as a number of mythical creatures such as fairies, gnomes and…

OMG, WTF are They Saying? I Thought Australians Spoke English!?

In less than 24 hours this vid has received over 1,520,000  views and there’s a reason for it. Anyone who has been to Australia has probably found themselves completely lost in the language. A couple of key phrases like “G’day” and “No Worries” are pretty easy to master, but you may have found yourself lost…

Become an Expert in Bargaining

If you’ve travelled through Asia or South America, you will have undoubtably found yourself in a place where bargaining was necessary. It’s a way of life in many regions of the world and you wont be able to buy anything without going through the process, unless of course, you feel like getting ripped off all…

PANAMANIA, #TO2015 #Toronto2015

So what’s all this I keep hearing about PANAMANIA? Well, for those of you who aren’t in the know, this is an arts and culture program hosted by Tourism Toronto. Between July 10th-26th the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games (August 7th-15th) are being hosted by the City of Tornoto. PANAMANIA is set to take…

The Yazidis of Lalish, Iraqi Kurdistan

This interesting little area I visited is home of the Yazidi faith in the Nineveh province of Northwestern Iraq. I had the privilege of living and teaching in the Kurdish region of Iraq two years ago. Before the beginning of ISIS and the reign of terror they hold over the world and this gorgeous country…

Bagan, Myanmar

There is a saying within Myanmar that goes “If you are really from Myanmar, you must have been to Bagan.” Considered by many to be the equivalent of Angkor Wat, Bagan is, in many ways, the jewel of Myanmar. It is the former capital of the Bagan (or Pagan) Kingdom, which ruled from the 9th…

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Kalaw, Myanmar

The small mountain village of Kalaw is a jumping off point for the various hikes either to Inle Lake or simply around the beautiful surrounding countryside. Originally established as a hill-station for the English, during their colonization of the country you will find the climate to be a refreshing escape from the blazing humid heat…