I recently took a look at the blog and realized that I have over 260 posts already! It’s now far too large for anybody to browse through in one sitting. That also makes it hard to search: how do you know where I’ve been?
While there is a search function on this site, that only helps if you know what you’re looking for (and if I’ve referred to it). If you’re just curious and don’t have a particular destination in mind, one option is clicking on one of the archived months and hoping it leads you to something interesting. Or you could do a search on a non-specific word: try a word like “beverage” for an interesting cross-section of results.
I’ve decided to use this post to make browsing a little easier. Here is a list, loosely organized by “Africa and Latin America”, “North America”, and “Europe”, of some of the places I’ve visited since starting this blog in 2014. In each case, the link is to the first post on that particular destination…you can browse forward from there. I’ve also included some of the more interesting “Travel Flashbacks” for trips prior to 2014: those are marked with an asterisk (*).
Africa and Latin America
Canada (Pouch Cove (NL), Baie-St-Paul (QC)* Ottawa 2014, Ottawa 2015, Ottawa 2016, Toronto 2015, Toronto 2016, Elgin County (ON), Goderich (ON), Regina, East-Central Alberta*, Whistler (B.C.), Yellowknife (NWT)*, Iqaluit (Nunavut)*,)
Northern Ireland (Portrush)
Czech Republic (Prague)
Today’s cover photo is one of my favourites – it’s a mountain restaurant high above Cortina d’Ampezzo in Italy. The food was cafeteria-style and not very inspiring, but what a great location!
Finally. I’m looking into an interesting new direction for this blog – stay tuned for the details!