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The Travelling Canucks

French Riviera Day 3 & 4 – Monaco

On the second half of our trip, Branden and I again took the bus from Eze to Monaco.¬†Click here¬†to read Day 1 & 2 in Nice and Eze. So, I didn't know this, but Monaco is not part of France... Continue Reading →

French Riviera Day 1 & 2 – Nice and Eze

Bonjour! I'm writing this from a plane to my home town of Toronto. WestJet's wifi is actually not horrific. It's not great either, but I was able to upload all these photos to WordPress. Anyway, a few weeks ago I... Continue Reading →

¬£1 movies with costumes and confetti

A little while ago, Branden and I went to see the Lion King for¬†¬£1. Everything is expensive in London, so that was an amazing deal, but because of that I also had low expectations. When we got there, it turned... Continue Reading →

Chilling in Costa Blanca

¬°Hola! ¬ŅC√≥mo est√°s? I'm writing this from¬†Moraira, Spain. Branden and I have¬†been here for a week and staying¬†in our friend's relative's house. We're working remotely while here, and spending the weekends and evenings being tourists,¬†drinking lots of sangria and eating... Continue Reading →

Alicante, Spain

I'm writing this on our last night in Spain.¬†We're currently in a town called Moraira, which close to the city¬†of Alicante, where we spent the first night. Both places¬†are in the Costa Blanca ("White Coast") region of Spain. We landed... Continue Reading →

Stonehenge & Bath

A few weekends ago, Branden and I made a trip to Stonehenge and Bath. They're only about 2 hours away from London driving, which is pretty awesome. I found an 11-hour tour on Groupon with Premium Tours, which cost¬†¬£39 per... Continue Reading →

The time has finally come

Tomorrow¬†night Branden and I leave for London. I don't think it's fully hit either of us yet, since we've been so preoccupied with moving-related things. We both got rid of all our furniture, and Branden got rid of his car.... Continue Reading →

My experience getting a Youth Mobility visa

I recently moved to the UK on a Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa. Compared to my borderline¬†traumatic experiences getting TN visas in the US, getting the Tier 5 was a breeze. If you are under 30, have the equivalent of... Continue Reading →

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