This weekend getaway took us a mere two hours to get to….We were visiting Toronto this weekend. It’s strange we hadn’t already been here seeing as it’s in my own backyard. But as you’ve read before, we’ve kept fairly busy since Chloe arrived at the end of October. It’s about mid-December and holiday parties are … More Twinsie Adventure: Toronto
Part Two After our awkward night out, Chloe and I were awake surprisingly early the next morning. Hearing nothing outside the door, we wondered if Michael was up too. Chloe tip toed around the house and he was gone. No note left behind and no text message sent, he was just….gone. Weird, it’s barely 9am. … More Twinsie Adventure: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Part One Our first stop on Chloe’s Canadian adventure is my birthplace! When Chloe and I were celebrating Canada Day in London, England all those years ago I had told her I was born in Halifax. She decided right then and there that if people were to ask her in the pub that day where … More Twinsie Adventure: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Before I knew it, 2018 was just about over and Chloe was set to arrive late October! It had felt like forever that we had started planning our Twinsie Adventures, and now I’m anxiously awaiting her arrival at Pearson International! She was landing in the evening, so my sister was super nice and let us … More Welcome to Canada Chloe!
After my Christmas Holidays abroad, I needed to focus on what to plan for Chloe’s arrival in late 2018. She was able to plan a 10 week holiday from Australia to visit me in Canada. We had to narrow down cities in order to make her 10 weeks amazing! Canada is a rather large country … More 2018: the year Chloe visits Canada
Life at home is difficult after being on your own for so long. I needed to make a plan and quick. I decided I would give myself a year to save up money and move out on my own again. Not too far from home because I work in the town my parents live in, … More Mission Possible: Australia!
I’d say Canadians have a pretty good reputation around the world. When travelling, we’ve always been told to put a Canadian flag displayed somewhere on your bag, so people would know that we were from Canada and not the United States. I remember a friend of mine who I worked with in WDW and is … More Canada Day Abroad
More often than not people believe Canadians endure winter 12 months of the year. That we live in igloos and we have pet polar bears. While working at WDW, I was asked by a young kid if I rode a polar bear to school everyday instead of a school bus. I looked at his mum … More Winter Blues
Just dreaming about my years living in Vancouver… *sigh*
Or in this case, Woman! It was the title of my Dad’s first email to me on my way out west. I had decided after having worked at Walt Disney World that I couldn’t stay in the small farming community my parents resided. I needed a plan and fast! Back then, a friend and I … More Go West, Young Man…