Getting from Detroit, Michigan to New Orleans Louisiana could not have been more fun and unique. I had my fill of bourbon, live music, open country roads and southern comfort food – that is what I call a vacation!
Home to the best pierogies, kielbasa, Zurek (sour soup) and Bigos (pork and sauerkraut stew)! These foods will lour you into this country so fast you won’t even realize.
You know when you like something so much and don’t really know why? That is how I feel about this Eastern German city. Dresden has so much history that shows in every building that stands.
This city and country will take you by surprise I can guarantee it.
A beautiful, lively and shockingly environmentally friendly city. With more organic restaurants than regular and more lanes available to bikes than cars; I love this city.
I would like to introduce you to my general and random thoughts on travelling. These are thoughts that have emerged when I was travelling through China alone in 2015. Every time I was in a train or bus and when I was eating my meals solo I would jot down some notes about the traits of my trips.
This is an open letter for the things we don’t need but feel like they’re a good to have. Material Things!
I had received an opportunity through the McGill Institute of Aerospace Engineering to study at the Beihang University, in Beijing, for one month this summer! Continue reading
The last stop before I started my summer school at Beihang was in Shanghai! What a city! You get a taste of European and western architecture with Chinese culture. Continue reading
After my stay in Xi’an I made my way to Luoyang. The area is famous for their Longmen Cave carvings and Kung Fu at the Shaolin Temple!