5 Super Cool Facts About Montreal, Quebec

Montreal is filled with a ton history, art, and culture. There is so much to know about this one place and I’ll be honest, I’m no expert. However, I did go on a two-day adventure jam-packed with food and activities, so I’m pretty confident on the things I learned throughout. Here you will find 5 super awesome facts about Montreal as well as some traveling tips and … Continue reading 5 Super Cool Facts About Montreal, Quebec

Hiking Just Outside of Boston

The summer gives us a perfect opportunity to get our workout clothes, some comfy shoes and head over to the mountains. Wether you’re an experienced hiker, or just looking for a nature stroll, the Blue Hills Reservation is a THE spot. A friend and I decided to head over here last Friday on a search for some breathtaking panoramic views and a good exercise. The easiest … Continue reading Hiking Just Outside of Boston

An Oasis In Beantown

We all know South Boston doesn’t have the best reputation in town. But I’m about to change your mind. On the edge of Southie lies Castle Island, a unique park with an ocean view. The Island’s main focus is Fort Independence, built for protection in 1632 and now open for tours.  This beautiful oasis is a great place for a walk, a picnic and any … Continue reading An Oasis In Beantown

Beets Don’t Kale My Vibe

There’s nothing like a fresh salad and a nice picnic to celebrate summer time. A couple friends and I decided to have a picnic at the Boston Public Garden to enjoy the weather and get some sun. However, instead of making picnic-friendly food and schlepping it to the Commons, we decided to take the easy route and simply buy it all on the way. Our first stop … Continue reading Beets Don’t Kale My Vibe

What the Hell is a Foliage

As a foreigner I often miss or have no knowledge of common words and sayings. For example, I say salmon with an exaggerated “L” and “are you kidding with me” rather than “are you kidding me.” Vocabulary most people learn at a young age or simply through living in an English-speaking house has always (and probably will always) be a great weakness of mine. The … Continue reading What the Hell is a Foliage