Cars come in all shapes and sizes and they have been very useful to mankind, although in a way have also been detrimental. But I think I can be more grateful to this invention than the opposite.
Whether you drive on the right side or the left side, or you have used a car to travel or to commute, to transport or to advertise, to entertain or to provide, cars have countless uses. I remember my very first car with affection, a VW.
Below is a series of captures of cars (including buses and other kinds) from across my travels, enjoy! Continue reading
A little bit ago I shared with you 13 movie recommendations to inspire you to travel. But I didn’t want to stop at 13 and I created a second list with 11 more movies for you to watch. I am a travel and food obsessed film buff, and I just had to share my passion for all these three things with you. I hope you haven’t seen some of these and enjoy them! Continue reading
Last month, we decided to take a spontaneous 2 night trip to Victoria, BC for my birthday. As per usual, we booked accommodations through airbnb and our B&B with views of the Craigdarroch Castle was absolutely perfect, from the room, to the breakfast and the location. Continue reading
This was a good week. In spite of hearing about my mom having to go to the hospital for several days and not being able to be with her, there were several moments to be happy about, including her recovery and being able to go back home yesterday. I had been feeling under the weather too, I think I was fighting a cat bite infection from rinsing my cat’s mouth who got into a glow stick.
But since Wednesday, I don’t know why but I started feeling really well, better than normal. I was in a good mood and had good energy. I did great progress at my workout classes and indulged quite bit in the weekend. There were also home improvements. Read more about my week’s small pleasures: Continue reading
Hats: “a shaped covering for the head worn for warmth, as a fashion item, or as part of a uniform”, which means that even a piece of cloth can become a hat. Hats are cool they can be very functional as they can be fashionable and even cultural. If you haven’t seen my 80 hats around the world post, check it out.
In this post I share photos of my own of people wearing hats for cultural, functional, fashionable or silly reasons. Continue reading
Craigdarroch Castle is a Victorian experience and a good example of the massive houses built for entrepreneurs who became wealthy during the industrial age. In this case, it was coal baron Robert Dunsmuir, a Scottish immigrant who made his fortune from Vancouver Island coal.
The immense fortune of the Dunsmuir family is reflected in the four floors of intricate stained glass windows, complex woodwork and luxurious Victorian-era furnishings.
The Castle gives visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s. Continue reading
Food is medicine. It’s unfortunate that this day in age most of the food has been processed losing all of its magical nutrition. We can use real whole ingredients to tackle particular ailments like sun burn, headaches, dehydration, colds, allergies, achy joints and much more.
The infographic below gives us useful and delicious juicing recipes for many of these conditions that happen more often during particular seasons like summer and winter. Continue reading