Caterpillars and Brighton's Many Identities

How do you map all the different histories and identities that make a city what it is, especially when you are a foreigner to that landscape? This was a question I was confronted with during...

A Taste of My Mexico

An Art History Major Experiencing Venice

Llamas, Cocaine, and Machu Picchu

Wicklow Mountains - Dublin, Ireland

Morocco, The Red City


Marrakech, Morocco, often nicknamed the “red city”. The fourth largest city in Morocco and one of the busiest cities in eastern Africa. This densely populated city, which strongly advocates tourism, is home to the...

Bullfighting and Churros: Spain

Tuk Tuks, Uncle Chang and Laos

I hop into the blue tuk-tuk untying and folding up my pink elephant print wrap around skirt. Our driver, who introduced himself as Uncle Chang, hops into the front seat and cracks open a brown bottle of M-50, a popular energy drink...

Why Travelling to the Arctic Should be First On Your Bucket List

This past year I have been forunate enough to have travel to the Arctic on two different ocassions. My first trip was to Pond Inlet, Nunavut and it was during these 6 weeks that I had fallen in love with the Arctic and Inuit culture. It is one of the...