I don’t have a bucket list. For a long time, I would just go for things as they appear on my radar. I would not spend years planning for something. If you want to do it, why wait? Yet when I first went to Nunavut 3 years ago, I knew it was not the complete adventure. It was only an appetizer, a small bite, a trial sized trip as I get ready for the real thing. Ready how? Ready to take the time and do it, I was telling myself at first, but really, ready to go despite having some things I was afraid of. Like harsh weather and polar bears. Minor concerns. And then a small conversation with a stranger on a tangentially related matter convinced me to go ahead and make the call. The call to Aeroplan that is, to book the airfare. And then it was official. We’re going to Pangnirtung, we’re getting a boat to the Auyuittuq National Park, we’re hiking there for 10 days, and then, if we’re still in one piece, we’re going back home. Continue reading…
Northern Lights in Auyuittuq National Park
August 31 — September 15, 2019
Posted on October 26, 2019
December 28, 2018
Posted on July 15, 2019
Posada Concepción is a place to be lazy. Not exactly sit-on-the-couch kind of lazy, but rather, long breakfasts, short hikes, and looking into the turquoise bay kind of lazy.
To Bahía Concepción
December 27, 2018
Posted on July 12, 2019
At 6 am the light seeping through the window was strong enough to wake us up. I quickly dressed, pulled up my boots and opened the door to see the tiniest sliver of sun rising above the water. It was one of the most magical sunrises I have seen.
Bahía de Los Ángeles to San Francisquito
December 26, 2018
Posted on April 5, 2019
One of my favourite times in Bahía de Los Ángeles is early morning, just as the sun rises over the bay. Before even having breakfast, we headed to the beach for a relaxing walk. It quickly reminded me why I keep coming back to this little village. It is not only peaceful but also incredibly beautiful, even by the high standards of the Baja scenery.