Six Tips and Tricks when Travelling to Paris!

I’m a creature of habit. Whenever I travel to a new city (especially if it’s a high-profile city), I usually try to get all the touristy things out of the way first, then I get myself acquainted with the transport system, and then I explore the city at my leisure. Paris was no exception. If you…

I’m Sorry, Paris – A Canadian woman’s take.

Paris, I owe you an apology. I’ll be honest with you.  I came here with a romantic idea that I would find myself in the Paris of Hemingway and the Lost generation. The Paris of Voltaire and all the romance that comes with the Eiffel Tower and the Phantom of the Opera and all those…

Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris

Opened in 1804, Père Lachaise Cemetery is the largest in Paris, covering approximately 110 acres. It’s a beautiful spot, surrounded by gorgeous greenery and history. The cemetery is “technically” full. However. burials still happen here. In order to be buried at Père Lachaise, you have to be a) Parisian or B) Have died in Paris….

Food Highlights from Europe

Living in one of the most diverse cities in the country, I’m blessed to be able to always eat and review on local restaurants of different ethnic cuisines. However, while travelling, this is where it gets adventurous since we may not know what the menu even says! I recently was in Europe for my honeymoon…