Category: Travel

The Museum of Anthropology at UBC

After exploring the spectacular parks and sights of downtown Vancouver, I decided to check out the Museum of Anthropology, that stands on the campus of The University of British Columbia. UBC is a global center for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the 40 best universities in the world. The museum is known to boast of…


Shaky tales from The Capilano Suspension Park

One of Vancouver’s most iconic sites Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is also one of the most exciting experiences the city has to offer! As mentioned in my previous posts Vancouver is a nature lover’s dream come true. This adventurous must-see place is a haven for eyes that feast on lush greenery. Just as you enter…


Snapshots of Queen Elizabeth Park


Vancouver on a platter

Some of my best memories from Canada involve food. I’m a sucker for trying out different cuisines. Just the perfect thing to do in a place like Vancouver that is a melting pot of diverse ethnicities and cultures. You are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing the best on offer from an array…


Hopping on and off through Vancouver

I had not ventured out to explore the city for almost the first ten days of my reaching Vancouver. Suddenly one day I realized that there was so much to see and do that time would run out if I did not start right away. So off I went exploring the best options for covering…


A tiny glimpse of Vancouver

Hola, folks! How have you been? I had been away from this space for a long long time. My personal priorities took a forefront. I was off to Canada to drop my son to the university that he was joining. People who are regulars here have read the open letters that I wrote to him…


Mesmerizing Mauritius

This post comes almost four months later than schedule. Last May saw me heading towards Mauritius for my much deserved annual vacay with the family. Thanks to the pictures clicked on the trip, I had a whole bunch of memories and details to write about. I favor beach destinations. There’s something about the tranquility found…