We’re back! After a much needed break in January, we pulled ourselves, and our routines, together and we’re ready to resume our Global Fieldtrip Night schedule! To warm you up…can you name this landmark? On Saturday, Feb. 20th at 7:00pm, we welcome you to a spicy
Hi All, We hope everyone is doing well and enjoying a great start to the New Year! Up until now, we have been lucky to have Oliver at home and able to support our Global FieldTrip evenings. Now that he has started his new job at
Happy New Year – All the best for 2016! Our last Global Fieldtrip Night highlighted our exploration of the Holy Lands (Israel and Palestine) along with Jordan and Cyprus. There were close to 50 people in attendance even though it was on a Friday night.
What better place to spend the Christmas holiday season than visiting the place where it all started? Our next Global Fieldtrip Night features our adventures in the Holy Land and surrounding areas, where we will share our stories from Israel, Palestine, Jordan and Cyprus. Can
Our most recent Global Fieldtrip Night – Marvelous Mediterranean – was a resounding success! So far at each of our evenings we have had a different mix of people attend every time and this weekend was no exception. We had almost 40 people attend, including
Picture it…beautiful beaches, the waves of the Mediterranean Sea lapping at your feet. Overhead, gulls cry out as they look for their next free meal from a tourist! This month we will be featuring Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey with great stories, photos and food to help forget about the cold
Last year while on our trip to Northern France and Belgium, Mikhaila and Zoe created the following tribute for our Canadian heroes. Make sure to remember.
What do France, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland all have in common? They are all amazing places to visit and were featured in our most recent Global Fieldtrip Night – Engaging Europe! Back in September we presented our first Global Fieldtrip night featuring the Uplifting UK, and
Our last Global Fieldtrip Night – Uplifting UK, was a great success with almost 40 people from different parts of our blogosphere attending an enjoyable evening of food and photos. If you’re interested in viewing our photo slideshow, you can check it out here: Preparations are
How can you visit the UK in 3 hours or less? Almost 40 people found out by attending our first Global Fieldtrip Night, featuring photos and stories from our time in the UK. With this being our first such event, we really didn’t know what
The night we came home from the airport, the conversation went something like this: Katina: “It will be nice to relax at your place” Mom: “Of course it will be relaxing, but we also wanted to do a small family gathering tomorrow….” Well for all
After almost 400 days on the road – it was time to go home. We have truly enjoyed our time in South America and know we will be back for more. On our way back to Toronto, we decided to enjoy every last moment….this included
“Life is a game, nothing more.” This is a quote by a shaman we met in Peru. We went with Lainie and their group to a “despacho ceremony” which is an Incan religious ceremony to give offerings to Pachimama, or Mother Earth. We started by
While in Cusco, we wanted to learn more about the culture of Peru. What better way to do this, than to experience some traditional Peruvian music and dance? As we were walking around the city, we came across one of the last Incan descendants demonstrating traditional music.
Well, here is our last food post of the trip….and what a way to finish up! The food in Peru was both interesting and delicious. We honestly didn’t find the time to do any official cooking lessons while there, but we did have the opportunity