Sea Kayaking in the Bay of Fundy

It is one thing to view the famous Bay of Fundy from the shore and watch as the tide slowly comes ashore and then retreats. It is another thing to literally sit ‘on’ the water as the tide comes and goes. This is exactly what we did with NovaShores Adventures out of Advocate Harbour in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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We recently passed the two-month mark since we planted our feet back on home soil here in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Leading up to our flight back home, we had so many mixed feelings on how things would be once we got back from an incredible nine month adventure around the world. We’ve been a little quiet on the blog lately, so I thought it was about time to put together an update!

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One week in Ubud, Bali

After ten days of exploring two of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, we were ready for the sanctuary that is Ubud, Bali; a small village in the middle of the Indonesian island. Julia Roberts increased the popularity of this place when her character visited the town in the movie, Eat, Pray, Love.
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One thing an around the world trip will teach you is just how much you have NOT seen in your very own backyard. On our RTW trip, we saw some of the most spectacular sites across the globe, but now, more than ever, we realize how much we took for granted the beauty of our home, Newfoundland and Labrador. Having said that, we know we are not alone. Read More

It’s no secret that travelling gives you the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life, from all over the world. Steven and I grew up in Newfoundland, an island in the most eastern part of Canada, where the people are known for their kindness and hospitality. Read More

24 Hours in Singapore

After spending a week lounging and lazing in bustling Kuala Lumpur, we had a quick stop in Singapore on our way to Indonesia. We spent two days in the city, but after an early morning flight from KL (6 AM arrival), we were completely exhausted. When we reached our hostel (yes, hostel) and checked in, we ended up spending half of our first day catching up on sleep! However, we still managed to squeeze in a lot on day two.
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One week in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur (KL) was by no means a lock in our around the world travel plans, however, if the flight prices were right and time allowed, we decided that we’d definitely stop by and visit the home of the, not so long ago, tallest buildings on earth. I’m talking about the famous Petronas Towers or ‘Twin Towers’ as they are commonly called in Asia. Read More

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