Discovering Berlin’s Historical Hotspots

Quite possibly one of the coolest cities in Europe, Berlin is somewhere I can easily envision myself returning to to live in one day. I spent a day here to discover some of the most iconic and well-known historical spots of the city. Flights to Berlin are short and simple…

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Weekend Travel Guide: Copenhagen

A place I am already dreaming of returning to is Copenhagen, the magical capital of Denmark. I want to see the entire country from coast to coast. I spent 24 hours to see everything I want to see in Copenhagen, guided by a family friend who is a local resident.…

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Island-Hopping in Germany: Föhr & Sylt

Next time you find yourself in Germany, do yourself a favour and make your way to the northern coast, to a little village called Dagebüll. You can easily reach Dagebüll by train from Hamburg (approximately 3.5 hours, book train tickets online in advance). At Dagebüll, locate the ticket office for…

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Boating on Vancouver Harbour

One of the most incredible and unique things about the city of Vancouver is it’s diverse environment. Not only does it hold all the skyscrapers and glass buildings that signify a bustling metropolis, but it is surrounded by mountains and sits right on the Pacific Ocean. Hard to beat, that’s…

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Visiting Harvard University

The summer of 2011 was spent in the warm and dreamy Boston. I spent my days – in between ballet classes at the Boston Ballet School – wandering the red brick streets, dancing in the hot evenings and on one of our free days, trekking out to Harvard University in…

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