• Motorcycling in Colorado, Utah and Arizona
  • Destination Wedding on a Budget
  • 5 Reasons Why Living in China Sucks
  • Living to Die – Tana Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • Climbing the Great Wall of China – Jiankou to Mutianyu, China
  • The Time My Heart Almost Exploded – Shanghai, China
  • A Surprise on a Plank –  Huashan, Shaanxi, China
  • Where to See Pandas in China?
  • Climbing Mount Merapi – Java, Indonesia
  • A Visit to the Penis Park – Haesindang Park, Gangwon-do, Korea
  • August Adventures at Killbear Provincial Park – Ontario, Canada
  • Rome – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
  • The Longest Two Days of My Life – Bolivian Rainforest to Lima, Peru
  • Preparing for a Bicycle Tour
  • Climbing Mount Kinabalu in One Day – Sabah, Malaysia
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Welcome to China – First Week in Shanghai
Mistakes I Have Learnt From While Traveling in Asia
An Abandoned Apartment Complex – Eonyang, Korea
Japan’s Largest Active Volcano – Mount Aso, Kumamoto
Always Trekking

In search of thrills - sometimes it can mean slapping rambunctious monkeys or being chased by a snow storm in the Rockies on a bike. We are trying to explore the commonly overlooked corners of the world before they are taken over by franchises, smog and chainsaws.

Driving Across Canada with an Infant
January 25th, 2017Canada, DestinationsNatalia 1 Comments

We finally did it. We packed all our of belongings into a U-Haul and hit the road. A decade in the making, we were moving to Vancouver. A week long road trip covering over 4000km! How exciting. There was only one thorn in our side. It was a 2.5 month old infant. Most people don’t […]

The Best Kept Secret – Red Mountain, BC

The town of Rossland isn’t close to the TransCanada. In fact, it’s even a ways off the secondary Crowsnest highway. It’s not close to a major population center, nor is it easily accessed by air. What all this means is that even during the peak Christmas season, you can often find yourself skiing in the […]

Mountain Biking at Slick Rock – Moab, Utah
January 11th, 2017Adventures, Cycling, Destinations, Mountains, USNatalia 0 Comments

I am not a good rider. I do all of my riding in the somewhat flat trails of Southern Ontario, but anything outside my comfort zone leads me to literal tears. That is what happened at Moab. With it’s rocky, barren Star Trek like terrain, Slick Rock is the epitome of “outside the comfort zone”. […]

Motorcycling in Colorado, Utah and Arizona

During the summer, Jonathan and his buddy rode their motorbikes from Toronto to Colorado, Utah and Arizona. The plan was to ride as fast they could (within legal limits) to Colorado and then explore Colorado, Utah and Arizona. I flew to Denver and met the guys in Boulder. There was no way I was going […]

7 places in Spain you must visit
April 23rd, 2015Guest PostNatalia 2 Comments

Certain areas of Spain might be associated with cheap package holidays and riotous resorts, but to disregard this vibrant country based on these preconceptions would mean missing out on some of Europe’s, and indeed the world’s, most beautiful places. 1. Madrid Spain’s lively and stylish capital, Madrid is a cosmopolitan city with fantastic shops and even […]

Destination Wedding on a Budget

What’s the average cost of a wedding nowadays? Judging by hearsay evidence and online articles, couples are now spending $30,000 on one day of festivities. Apparently everyone getting married is super rich or doesn’t mind massive debt. Do wedding venues offer financing? Anyway, we’re not rich, nor do we care about weddings that much, so […]

Cycling Across Europe

It’s an understatement to say that I’ve been absent from my blog lately. I’m too embarrassed to even look when I wrote my last blog post. A lot of things have happened since the blog has been updated. I left China, breathed fresh air in Canada, cycled from London to Rome, started a new job […]

5 Reasons Why Living in China Sucks

Natalia and I have travelled extensively in SEA. We also spent a year living and working in the Republic of Korea. Nearly all of our experiences have been fantastic. That’s why when we had the chance to live and work in China, with a much higher salary, we jumped at the chance. How could it […]

New Cycling Adventure

It’s been a “fun” few weeks. A few not-so-fun cycling adventures in China made us decide that our initial plans to cycle Shanghai to Hanoi were dusted. To reward ourselves for living in China for 9 months we decided to ride our bikes in a place where food is fucking delicious, where one can camp […]

Living the Dream – Diving in Raja Ampat, Papua, Indonesia

Getting a chance to dive in Raja Ampat is probably on every diver’s dream list. Raja Ampat is an area that is jammed full of life partly due to its remote location making it harder for commercial fishing and an onslaught of eco-tourists. You can see this as soon as you go underwater. The visibility isn’t […]

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