Madrid is a city of changing faces. The vibrance. The art. The bars. The landmarks. I spent two weeks in Spain’s capital, and never tired of finding new places to explore. But word to the wise, almost everything seems to be closed on a Monday.
It’s always a good idea to visit Montréal. That’s the lesson I will take back with me after spending a week in this trendy metropolis. With its character-driven industries and adamant non-nationalistic principles, many Canadians feel as if they’ve voyaged into a foreign kingdom when
So, why is Niagara Falls one of the most famous falls in the world? It’s not the tallest, the widest or even the largest in terms of water capacity, but yet it draws in almost 12 million visitors a year. Since the early 1800s, Niagara
Maple Syrup takes pride of place in every home in Canada (well, stereotypically). It’s mixed into cocktails, poured over bacon and layered between pancakes. Mother Nature’s gift to Canada, who in return displays the maple leaf on their flag as a sign of solidarity to
We’ve all been a victim (or perpetrator) of crimes against photography. What is it that makes people lose all sense of tact and originality when a camera is taken abroad? After drawing my own conclusions, I believe our verisimilitude in holiday photography lies in the