2016 started off in one way, turned left, got flipped upside down, then messed up in the blender. Here’s how it all came out in the end:
I grew up in Toronto, which was where I sold everything I owned to embrace my dreams of long-term world travel. First, I took the train west across the country and explored Vancouver Island, before settling in Edmonton for seven months (much of which were spent in the Rocky Mountains near Jasper).
I have since gone back to Canada to visit family and friends, and also to do some further explorations.
Here are 18 of the world’s fastest, highest, longest, deepest, happiest, smelliest, most dangerous – and more – things I’ve done:
After living in Peru for a while and then returning to Canada for a visit, I was surprised by some of the differences in daily life. Check it out:
In 2014 I traveled through/lived in 7 countries, and traversed over 34,000 miles. Here’s a summary of what I did, and where.
Some pictures and stories of my visit to Muskoka Ontario and the lifetime of memories it holds for me. Included: a shot of me 12 years ago on a sportbike!
Amidst a sea of people buried in their iPhones and MP3 players, I see something on a Toronto subway that warms my heart and reminds me of the city I left five years ago.