I am a 34 year old female from Canada. I grew up outside Toronto and lived in the area until I was 20. At that time, with the overwhelming support of my family, I grabbed what few possessions I had, and move to Whistler to pursue a life of cooking and snowboarding. The intent was to stay for 10 months and over the next 6 years, I came home only 4 times. While living in Whislter, I met visitors from all over the globe. Mostly from Australia, haha. The people I met, were all experienced travellers, and their experiences inspired me to see what this world had to offer. I started my travel adventures much later in life than a lot of my friends, but in the time since then I have surprised myself in what I have been able to accomplish.
My goal with this blog is to hopefully inspire more people to travel, by sharing the good and bad of all the travelling I’ve done. Help people from making what mistakes I’ve made along the way and hopefully, connect with like-minded travellers that may share their experiences with me.
There are so many ways to get around this planet and so many things to see. My favourite way to see the world is by staying in hostels and hiking the terrain.
I’m an active member of the Canadian Armed Forces, and a professional Chef for more than 10 years. I have a unique way of looking at the world and I know that there are people out there that will share my view. So if you are a fan of stepping out of your comfort zone, travelling on a bit of a budget, but still like to enjoy good food while you are hiking every path you can find, join me in my journey.