What do you remember most about Venice? For me, it’s the terrible food, the gorgeous architecture, dreamy canals, the putrid smells, rats and flooding!
Obviously, mixed emotions there. Do you love Venice, or not so much?💎
The legend of Romulus and Remus is one of the first mythological stories I remember learning. I didn't realize until this summer that there are Capitoline Wolf statues depicting their story all over the world, including this one in Siena, Italy! 🇮🇹
When in Cambodia, forget about your worries and just stay afloat. That's what I did during my stay @residenceblancangkorhotel and it was pure bliss! Stay tuned for my review of this beautiful boutique hotel minutes away from the main town. // #cambodia#siemreap#hotel
Education is something to be grateful for. Not everyone has easy access like most of us in Canada. The kids in this village had very few teachers, that came from surrounding cities just to teach (that's why this teacher was not present). For high-school, student have to mive or travel to a larger city - so many don't go
One of the scariest things in life can be going outside of your comfort zone. It's different for each of us, but it's always tough. Just remember though you're growing into an even better version of who you are. And, sometimes it can lead to your greatest adventures.
I think this is finally the end of my post-holiday travel spam (only 3 months later... wooooooops). Finishing with being a goof in Balliol College, Oxford. Already saving for my next trip: New Zealand 2019..?
#Mexico , you warm my heart... this rendition of "Never on Sunday" by talented kids at the #PuertoVallarta airport captures the sweet welcome I always experience in MX (love the boy on the left keeping it moving)