I never thought I’d spend so long in a museum. About 4-5 hours of exploring the wonders of Canadian Heritage, Multiculturalism and Japanese Innovation. Surprisingly, my favorite part of the museum was the Children’s portion. A wonderland of whimsical novelties. Canadian Museum of Civilization - 100 Laurier Street Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0M8 “Be a kid again; … Continue reading
With a limited time in New York, I really wish I could have had a couple more days to explore the city. But within just a few days I saw a lot and just took in the city. The liveliness of the New York City is simply contagious. 1. The Holland Tunnel – Felt like … Continue reading
THE UNIVERSITY: I’m sure other universities are probably not like Simon Fraser University (SFU), I love the school but it never gave me that “You’re-In-University-Feeling” like HKU! Just walking around with my books and Grande Earl-Grey in hand, I finally felt like I was in University. The old buildings, brick trails, meandering stairs, and suited-up … Continue reading
The Streets of Downtown Ottawa: My first Canada Day Celebration in the Nation’s Capital and I’m greeted by the patriotic spirit flooding down the streets of Rideau. I think the last Canada Day that wasn’t just another day off to me was all the way back when I was in Elementary School. Now, I’m in … Continue reading
Couldn’t leave Sydney without seeing some Koalas and Kangaroos! Showcasing an array of exotic reptiles and wildlife I’d never seen before in my “Vancouver-Bubble”.
Flipping through the pages of my Lonely Planet City Guide, I find a Museum that sparks interest. I know Museums don’t exactly scream “Excitement”. But I spent a good 1-2 hours at the Powerhouse and was pleasantly entertained. The Powerhouse Museum - 500 Harris St, Ultimo