April Abroad Snowboarding Whistler Mountain

Whisinterpretations: An Idiot’s Guide to Ski Town Terminology

I'll start this one with a confession so we can be on the same page; I can't and don't ski or snowboard. Yep. I live in one of the most beautiful ski towns in the whole entire world and I have only "been up" twice. I know, I know, I am an embarrassment to myself and my family and … Continue reading Whisinterpretations: An Idiot’s Guide to Ski Town Terminology

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April Abroad Group Photo Whistler Mountain

Snow in Love: A White Christmas in Whistler

Although this post could quite easily rely solely on photos I have taken over the last few weeks, it seems only right to divulge at least some detail of the wonderful Christmas I have had here. December flew by in a haze of luminous fairy lights and festive themed aperitifs/hangovers and in case there was … Continue reading Snow in Love: A White Christmas in Whistler

Whistler: First Impressions of the ‘Comb

Today marks the two month anniversary of my return to Canada and I still can't quite believe I'm here to be honest. Being in such a joyous state has resulted in a consequential lack of content on the ol' bloggin’ front so I thought it was about time I drop a *hot* *new* *exxxxxxxclusive* RE: what I’ve been … Continue reading Whistler: First Impressions of the ‘Comb

April Abroad Pumpkin Picking Pemberton

Pumpkin Picking in Pemberton

This week Tanika and I decided to travel from Whistler (where I now live, did I mention this?) to nearby Pemberton, having got wind of a little farm there with a legitimate pumpkin patch! For context, Halloween is my absolute favourite time of year and I tend to get particularly EXXXXXTRA during late October, so the … Continue reading Pumpkin Picking in Pemberton

April Abroad Stanley Park vancouver

Unfinished Business: Return to Canadia

Two winters ago I reluctantly ended my Canadian adventure in the city of Vancouver a place which was quickly awarded the coveted title of My Favourite City of All Time. This is a huge claim, I know, but the fact it consistently appears in the Top 3 Most Liveable City list says it all. Having ended my trip … Continue reading Unfinished Business: Return to Canadia