Boston Public Library. It’s actually a ballroom in disguise.

Culture Shocks

  • Cashier: What would you like today?
  • Me: Tea and a bagel with cream cheese please.
  • Cashier: What Bagel do you want - they're all over there.
  • I turn, to a wall of donuts.
  • My mind: SO MANY DONUTS. I'm so confused, where are my bagels!
  • My stomach: Just get a donut, ya dummy.

Faneuil Hall in Boston, wintertime. At nighttime, this place is magical.

Nothing like getting lost in the GTA! Oh Richmond Hill - what a place.

Watching the guys at Lester B. Pearson Airport in Toronto unload baggage is like real life Tetris.


Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Have a great New Year! Love, adventurespice

“Travel brings power and love back into your life.”
— Rumi

Best graffiti I’ve ever seen. Hands down.

In the cold of winter, it’s important to post pictures of warmth. It’ll warm your bones

Hey all!

Will be posting more picture from Portugal soon - life got (and still is) a little crazy!

Sorry for the wait.

Pac-Man in Belem. Classy, if nothing else, I love it.

The Castello São Jorge had an amazing view. You could see the bay of Lisbon and the Atlantic Sea, not to mention all of the romantic clay roofs. Something we don’t get a lot of back home.

The incline. It doesn’t look like much, but let me tell you… Actually, let my calves tell you.

Parque Eduardo VII - I felt like it was a proud Portuguese moment, forever commemorated in a park. A park with a long incline.

And so my adventure in Lisboa comes to an end. A delightful trip in a beautifully ancient city - one I hope to return too on one of my future travels.

Onto Porto I go!

In the meantime, pictures from Lisbon.