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Scotland | Edinburgh Photo Essay

Edinburgh stole my heart over a few bitterly cold days in mid January. I fell in love with the architecture, history, culture, heritage and the people. Everywhere you turn there’s great pride in the city’s heritage. Even though I was there for five days I still didn’t get a chance to see everything I wanted…

Christmas Around The World

Tis the season to be jolly falalalalalalalala…I love Christmas, it’s my favourite time of year. I find the origins of this holiday fascinating, and I love learning about each country’s traditions and customs and how Christmas has developed. I thought it would be fun to do a series on Christmas around the world and share…

Coming Home

This post will be short and sweet as I just want to check in with you all and give you an update on how life is. On August 26th I hopped on a plane to Canada. It was my first solo trip abroad and my first time living in a different country. It was my…

Canada | The Butchart Gardens Photo Essay

The Butchart Gardens began life as a quarry. In 1904 Robert Pim Butchart developed a quarry and built a cement plant near Tod Inlet. Robert and his wife Jennie established their home near the quarry. As Robert exhausted the limestone deposits, Jennie thought something beautiful could be made from the pit and so the pit…

Canada | Craigdarroch Castle

Craigdarroch Castle is a Designated National Historic Site and coined ‘Canada’s Castle’. Being from Ireland and with all the castles that we have in the country, I just knew I had to visit this place. Craigdarroch Castle was built for Robert Dunsmuir, a Scottish immigrant coal baron. The castle was finally completed in 1890. Robert and…