Lifted from Facebook: “Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”
Ironically, songs have referred to New York as the city that never sleeps, but it is also where dreams are made of, apparently. So when in NYC, it’s up to you whether to dream or not sleep at all. Text & Photos by Jennifer Ellson Alicia Keys also claims that this concrete jungle’s streets will make you feel brand […]
Between the peaceful Zen gardens and blossoming cherry trees, Vancouver often reminds me of Japan not only because their climates are almost the same, but also because the sights, sounds, smell, tastes and feel are very similar. Text and Photos by Jennifer Ellson Vancouver: a Canadian coastal city right by the Pacific Ocean, which means an […]
Like the flowers and the bees, like the sands and the sea, food and travel go together, you see.
If New York has its cheesecakes, Philadelphia has its cheese steaks and Chicago has its pizzas, then Montreal has not one but three ‘must try’ specialties: bagels, smoked meat and poutine. Text and Photos by Jennifer Ellson | Additional photos from Tourism Montreal (Originally published in Food & Travel Singapore) Celine Dion is not the […]
Move over Jamie Oliver and Wolfgang Puck, for here comes New York’s elite street food cart vendors to give the celebrity chefs a run for their money. Text and Photos by Jennifer Ellson | Additional photos by Zach Brooks (Originally published in Food & Travel Singapore) Who says the finest food is only served à […]
Where in the world is this wilderness-like, clothing-optional beach featuring 7 km of sandy stretches of naked beauty? Where women enjoy long… uhm… walks, and where men gets wowed by both small and nice big … waves. Text and Photos by Jennifer Ellson Everybody’s welcome at the Wreck Beach: small, medium, large, natural or enhanced. […]
Where can you find the Hatley Castle, which you might recognize as Xavier Institute/Professor X’s mansion in X-men films, or the Luthor Mansion on the hit TV show Smallville?
Clue: It is where you can have the classic afternoon tea at the iconic The Empress. It is also home to the second oldest Chinatown in North America – dimsum, anyone?
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Where in the world is this pretty red tower, which is a founding member of the World Federation of Great Towers, along with the Eiffel Tower and others?
Clue: it is the home of the famous annual rodeo festival, the ‘Stampede’, and host to the 1988 Winter Olympics. The city is also famous for its world-class steaks.