Hello fellow bloggers! I realize it has been some time since my last post and I’m sure you’re all waiting on bated breath for my next adventure (cough sarcasm cough). But as many of you are aware, we are facing a global pandemic. I work in healthcare, so my days are quite busy. When I … More Temporary Hiatus
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
Waking up on our final day on holiday has got to be one of the worst feelings. Knowing this epic adventure is coming to an end has me feeling a bit sad. And it was as if Prague knew we were leaving too. The rain had started at some point in the night and was … More All good things must come to an end
Day 1 Today is the first day of 2018! And we are on a train headed to Prague. As you recall we have left Krakow in the rearview and I am beyond excited to be going back to one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been! The train journey seemed to go quickly. … More Hello again, Praha
Our last full day in Krakow has us up early again. This time we are on our way to the Oskar Schindler Enamel Factory. We were hoping to beat the rush, but when we arrived we realized that was not the case. The line was already out the door. Unbeknownst to us, you could pre-purchase … More Krakow pt. Two
As I said in my previous post, this is a place I had wanted to see years ago when I was living in England. I felt with this trip, being on this side of Europe again, I knew I had to get here. Thankfully Mum and Dad wanted to go as well, or I would … More Auschwitz & Birkenau