Life On Khao San Road

BANGKOK, THAILAND Every night feels like a Friday night, here on Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand, which was the exact vibe my best friend and I needed after our painful 30 hour flight from Toronto to Bangkok. With little sleep, fatigue limbs and growling stomachs we staggered out of our cab to the front of…

Red Maple

Now that winter is upon us, I find myself reminiscing on the short autumn months and the longing of getting back to nature. ‪Hiking through the forests on the foothills of Mont Tremblant, Quebec this past October was a reminder of just how beautiful our earth truly is. Mont Tremblant is located in the striking…

A Dorset Day

DORSET, Ontario. A weekend get-away is a different adventure for everyone. My experience was a few hours north to a friend’s cottage in Dorset Ontario. Wanting to make the most out of the weekend, we decided to head out late Friday evening, arriving at the lake at about 11 p.m. Driving the speedboat across the…

Welcome to the Badlands

CALEDON, Ontario. I’ve just landed on Mars. Or so it seems. Just a short drive north of my suburban neighbourhood lays an usual geographical landscape hidden in the Caledon Hills. The Cheltenham Badlands. The area consists of naked windswept red hills and gullies. Iron oxide gives the land it’s reddish hue,  while the narrow greenish bands…

A week in Dominican

Sitting on a sand covered towel with the ocean washing over my feet, I watch a lone kite surfer glide through the ripples of the beach, disappearing off into the orange glow of the sun set. That was the summer I embarked on an unforgettable  adventure with a group of friends to the beautiful Dominican Republic. Checking in at Viva Wyndham…

“Page One: Inside the New York Times”

TORONTO, Ontario Page One: Inside The New York Times, is a documentary that uncovers the world of journalism and media through the eyes of The New York Times, and predicts a tragic death for print journalism as we once knew it. As technology changes, so does the way we receive news. As clearly shown in…

Rejuvenating The Wall Of Life

TORONTO, Ontario Originally published January 6, 2012, for the University of Guelph-humber’s paper, ‘Radix’ http://www.radixonline.ca/?p=6398 Guelph-Humber’s trademark plant wall or, more notably, “The Wall of Life,” is undergoing some major construction that will ultimately affect the way we breathe. After being put up 10 years ago, the wall is having its first major overhaul. Alan Darington,…