Quebec, Oh So French!

Quebec, Oh So French!

Normally, I have a perspective or a certain vision about a place before I go to it. I admit, I am always wrong. In Jamaica, my vision said, walk around and be cool. Go to Jamaica and I’m constantly being hustled for a taxi, ganja, and money. Traveling to a new place, I feel re-lost then rediscovered. A fearful, yet amazing feeling in repetition. As for Montreal, I was completely thrown...

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Work Hard And You Shall Follow Your Dreams

Work Hard And You Shall Follow Your Dreams

Traveling to Canada is no difficult task. Or shall I say, is no challenge like traveling to lets say Venezuela or Angola. However, from what I have been through in the past few years post college, in and out of work, going through unemployment, any trip somewhere new and different satisfies my wanderlust regardless. Traveling to Toronto was a desire for me since the towers fell to terrorists in...

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CN Tower EdgeWalk: Urban Adventure of A Lifetime

CN Tower EdgeWalk: Urban Adventure of A Lifetime

Background: Unfortunately my love for skyscrapers began around the time the World Trade Center went down on September 11, 2001. What a horrible way to start this post? Right? Well this incident is relevant in a huge form. The following year, I had spent countless days and nights studying architecture on my own and fascinating myself with the tallest skyscrapers and towers in the world. These are...

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Traveling Solo Is Great

Traveling Solo Is Great

Traveling alone! Most people frown upon it as a sign of loneliness, a lack of fun, dangerous, or just plain out stupid. Everyone is surely entitled to there own opinions. One word I would like to generally tie to all of these responses is the word fear. Sure there is fear of loneliness or danger. Of course there is a fear of not enjoying ones self. I was once there. Typically, these mindsets...

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Long Desired First Time to Canada

Long Desired First Time to Canada

I’ve spent many years with the desire to visit Canada. It’s not a difficult trip nor is it an “off the beaten path” adventure. Many years ago one of my odd infatuations after 9/11, was that of skyscrapers, building structures and building engineering. At the time, one of these record breaking structures was the CN Tower, a tall free standing structure overlooking Toronto,...

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Toronto? Hostel?

Toronto? Hostel?

Whats a greater way to start the near year like making a trip the first month to a place you really want to go. In the past several months my really good friend has been speaking about Toronto and seeing her boyfriend which in her case isn’t really that easy. After hearing about Toronto so many times I started to get curious about the city. Let alone for many years i always seen Canada as the...

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