Saturday, November 21, 2015

So This is What I was up to All Summer

Another summer has come and gone. Unlike the summers of my childhood that seemed to linger forever, summers come and go at a quicker rate every year since my early twenties. This summer was particularly fast because we didn't really have one; it was cold and rainy for much of it and I worked though most of it.

But cold, rain and work aside, it was still as good a summer as any other! It started off a bit slow with most weekends being too wet and cold to do the regular summer stuff like hiking and going to the beach. That weather continued for pretty much the whole summer but fortunately, as it got later into July, it seemed to be concentrated during the weeks when I was at work anyway. Most of the weekends from then on were sunny and warm, much to my liking.

I know the weather is getting nicer when I move my morning walks from the horse track in town to Dominion Beach. Each sunny, dry morning, as rare as they were at the beginning, saw me driving to the beach and walking the whole sandbar. This usually takes about 45 minutes to do with no interruptions but during my first walk of the season, there were many interruptions. First it was the two bald eagles that made their appearance on the boggy side of the sandbar. Then there were the foxes who were prowling around looking for handouts and their their new babies who could be spotted peaking out of the few dens that are visible in the sand dunes. How could I not stop and admire them?
Of course, as you all know by now, my summers are not complete without at least a dozen trips around the Cabot Trail...and that is just what I did almost every weekend. While everyone else all over Cape Breton was busy Chasing the Ace in Inverness (Chase the Ace was a charitable/lottery event that gained a lot of popularity in Cape Breton), I was busy avoiding the area and enjoying the near-empty beaches and trails. I did spend some time in the town when the event wasn't going on but large crowds and gambling just aren't my cup of tea so I stayed away during the height of the event.
Mid-summer saw my sister home from Calgary and, of course, a trip around the trail was planned and we also decided to do a whale tour. While discussing which whale tour company to go out with, we agreed that the tour had to leave from an area where we had never gone whale cruising before. We chose to leave from Pleasant Bay on a Zodiac tour offered by Captain Marks Whale and Sea Cruises.

I headed to Ingonish on my own the day before so I could enjoy the beach and relax on my day off. There were hardly any hotel rooms or cabins left when I made my booking for a night at The Seabreeze It wasn't exactly what I was looking for but it did the trick. I would have preferred a cabin but my room at this hotel was cosy, clean, quiet and close to everything so it suited me just fine for one night.
The family met me the next morning and we headed to Pleasant Bay. If you don't know what a Zodiac is, the best way I can describe it is it's a motorized rubber dinghy...and that is what we set out in towards the great big ocean. The water wasn't too rough that day. I personally prefer rougher waters on a zodiac but dad's bad back wouldn't have fared well with that.
After a quick safety demonstration, we suited up and headed out to the open sea. It was as smooth-sailing as one would expect on a motorized rubber dinghy in the North Atlantic. The weather was great and our captain informed us that dozens of whales had been spotted in the area we were headed for. It was interesting to see the land from the open sea. Pleasant Bay is beautiful from all angles including this one and it was particularly interesting to see Pollett's Cove so close for the first time. I heard about that place many times before but never got the chance to do the long hike that takes you to an open field where there are horses and a spectacular view of the ocean and surrounding mountains. Before that that, I'd only seen it in pictures.
And we did see whales. Lot of whales...and seabirds, seals and tuna! It seemed like we were out there longer than any other whale tour I'd been on and we took our time going back to shore along the cliffs where we saw interesting rock formations and beautiful country landscapes that can't be seen from the road.
Back onshore, we discussed what else to do with the rest of the day and decided to hike the Skyline Trail. But first we turned off on Red River Rd. in Pleasant Bay to drive along the scenic route that leads to Gampo Abbey Monastery.
The Skyline was busy as it usually is in the summer months. I forgot to bring my hiking boots and ended up wearing flats so it's a good thing the trail is well-maintained and not difficult. We didn't see any moose or other wildlife going in or coming out which is strange on this trail. I usually see at least one moose. The trailhead was very windy as usual but we stayed there for a while admiring that amazing view and looking for whales in the bay below.
Later in the summer, I finally got a chance to spend some time in Inverness when Chase the Ace took a break. A co-worker had told me about a beach at a place called Broad Cove near MacLeod's Campground just outside the town. I went searching for it and found it fairly easily and couldn't believe that I didn't know such a beautiful beach existed! And here I thought I knew every inch of this island. Over the summer, there were a few impromptu, random adventures like this. I'd be sitting around the house procrastinating doing chores while and watching the sun shining outside when suddenly, I'd grab the keys and just Baddeck, to Port Morien, to Louisbourg...anywhere but home!

One of the last weekends of summer saw me attend a writer's workshop in Gabarus. The Salt Swept Writing Workshop Adventure took place near the lighthouse in the village and combined two of my favourite things - adventure and writing. And it turned out to be the perfect day for it too! Sunny with high temperatures and hardly any wind. Instructions were given for several phases of the workshop and we set out individually to explore the area and allow it to inspire our writings. I walked the rocky shoreline admiring the sparkling blue waters, rugged shoreline and country landscape and found the perfect place to lay down in the grass and complete the task at hand. Light meals were provided at the old lighthouse which has been transformed into a very intriguing home and another nearby home that was generously offered to us for the day. A barbecue and some delicious home-made dessert, a nice sunset and some interesting conversations with like-minded folks made for a perfect ending to the day.
I've heard people talking about the Coxheath Mountain Trails since I was a child but, for some reason, I never attempted them...that is until late this summer. I didn't do the longer version but the short version was quite long...and quite the workout. I heard the start of the trail was steep but it was a tad steeper than I thought it would be. All in all, it was a very nice hike with nice views and a cozy cabin at the top. I'll have to do the longer version of the hike when the weather gets nicer again.
Early on in the summer, my sister who had been working in British Columbia returned home for what I thought was permanently. Towards the end of the summer, I received a text on my way to work. She decided to head back out west, this time to Jasper, Alberta, to take a job at a resort there. A final farewell camping trip was promptly planned for the following weekend. It was my only camping trip of the summer and it turned out to be a good one. The weather was perfect, our favourite campsite was available, we got a huge campfire going and enjoyed a bottle of wine while talking about everything under a clear, star-filled sky. It might have been my only camping trip this year but it was so amazing to be more than enough. At least I got to stay in a tent for one night. And anyone who knows me knows that any night spent in a tent under a clear sky and surrounded by nature is a good night! :)

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Early Fall Sunset

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Thursday, April 23, 2015

A Long Walk, A Deep-Sea Swim and a Journey to one of the Most Remote Islands in the World - These are my Top 3 Bucket List Destinations

Almost everyone has a bucket list- a list of places they want to visit and things they want to experience. While some people only dream of making seeing their list realized, I have been slowly but surely making my way through mine...and it's lengthy. It was hard to narrow that list down to my top three destinations and experiences but I did it, I put it to paper, edited it and posted it for all of you to see. Now I just have to work on making them a reality!

The Camino de Santiago

I've recently taken an interest in the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. Traditionally, it was a religious pilgrimage but it seems that, today, thousands of people each year are doing this long trek for various reasons both religious and non-religious. I personally would love to set out on this pilgrimage for a number of reasons.
1) Endurance and accomplishment. I must say, I would be quite proud of myself if I could complete a 791-kilometre trek through all kinds of weather and terrain. Throwing myself into an unfamiliar place and walking into the unknown would be the ultimate mental and physical test.
2) The experience. I'm imagining the interesting places where I would spend the night, the people from all over the world I would meet, the stories I would hear, the things I would see, the languages I would try to converse in, the things I would learn, the new foods I would eat...
3) The memories. Completing such a trek would be something I'd never forget as long as I live and it would provide me with endless things to write about and share with others.
4) The escape. What better way to escape the mundane. I'd be immersing myself into a new adventure that would provide me with a complete change of scenery for an extended period of time and allow me to see life from a new perspective.
5) A way to clear my head and start out fresh. Some people head to their local pub and slam back a few dozen beers, some people change careers and some people do a walkabout in the Australian Outback. One day, I will trek the Camino de Santiago. I've taken in a lot the last few years. I lost my mom, I lost a job I loved, I made a big move to another location away from a place I loved, I had to readjust to a lot of new things and frankly, at times, it was hard. I need to regroup, think long and hard about the next step, rediscover myself and set some new goals...a long walk should do the trick!

Swimming with Whale Sharks

I can't think of a better way to become one with the natural world than to share such a close encounter with one of the largest creatures on the planet. They look so peaceful and graceful despite their size and it would be an honor to share the same space with them for even a short time. I love to swim, I love the ocean, I love animals and I love a good one-of-a-kind adventure. Since whale sharks are not a threat to humans like some of their other more dangerous cousins, I think a trip to the Caribbean Coast of Mexico is in order for the near future!

Easter Island

I once thought this island was just a rock in the middle of the ocean with a bunch of ancient statues on it. It still intrigued me but once I learned more about it, I became more intrigued and now I want to go there more than anything! The remoteness of the island, the isolation of the people and their almost untouched culture and way of life, the history behind the Moai statues...all of it is so intriguing to me. I'm picturing myself venturing out to explore the island and its mysteries. I would hear stories passed down from generation to generation, I would sleep under the stars, I would visit remote and almost untouched beaches, I would sit in silence with my eyes closed in the fresh, clean air and try to picture what it was like hundreds of years ago. To me, traveling to Easter Island would be the trip to end all trips...well not really. I will never stop traveling but it would be hard to top off a trip to one of the world's most remote places and one that has so much culture and history despite the fact that only 5700 people live there.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Dreaming of the Warmer Days Ahead

Wishing I was here right now looking over that spectacular view of the Pacific!  No snow, no wind, no rain, no sub-zero temperatures...just me in this hammock I was relaxing in two years ago on this date just after my arrival at Anamaya Yoga Retreat in Montezuma, Costa Rica.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Inspiring Graffiti

A couple of years ago while making my way around the Cabot Trail, I noticed that someone (or perhaps a number of people) penned the words "Happy Trails" in various places.  I spotted these same words on a hand dryer in a washroom at the Englishtown Ferry, on a picnic table on top of Cape Smokey Mountain and in this location on a handrail leading to the bottom of Maryanne Falls in Ingonish.  From that day onward, I always made a point to stop at these places to glance at those words.  The person who wrote them probably thought nothing of it but to me, this is probably some of the most inspiring graffiti I've ever come across :)  Who knows, maybe the person who wrote them will see this and the mystery will be solved once and for all!  

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Long, Deserted Highway through the Mojave Desert

I spent three days driving aimlessly around parts of the Mojave Desert in Nevada and loved every second I spent on that lonely, open road! 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Travel a Waste of Time? Here are some of the Things Travel has done for me

When it comes to travel, there are two types of people: those who like to travel and those who don’t. I am a traveler. I love to travel. I believe that travel is something that everyone should indulge in at least every once and a while. I don’t understand people who have no desire to travel. I can understand people who can’t travel or, more accurately think they can’t travel. It is my belief that everyone can travel to some extent. If money is an issue, cut down on things that you don’t need. Start making coffee at home instead of buying it at a coffee shop everyday or cancel your cable services and enjoy an active life of travel rather than one spent lying on the couch watching other people doing interesting things or just simply stop buying useless material things.

Lack of time is another story. I know many people have family obligations or perhaps can’t get any time off work but that is still no excuse to get out and do some traveling on the weekends with the family. When I talk about traveling, I’m not just talking about going abroad or to another country. You can travel around your own province or state too! And traveling makes for great experiences for children. But there are many people out there who genuinely have no desire to do any traveling. They have the money, they have the time, they are able bodied and capable of traveling but chose not to. They have no interest in leaving the comforts of their living rooms or they simply think that travel is too dangerous. And I think that is kind of sad. I think if these people just gave travel a chance and experienced the many benefits that come with traveling, they would see just how life-enhancing it really is.

I developed a love of travel at a young age. Family vacations around The Maritime provinces of Canada and to the United States turned me into an adventurous kid who grew up to be an even more adventurous adult. Now my travels bring me to places outside of my country. Sometimes I wander into places I shouldn’t but my curiosity always gets the better of me and I always have to see what’s around the next turn or beyond the next hill and I can honestly say that travel has definitely made me a better person in so many ways and here are some of those ways:

Travel made me realize that the world is not as scary as CNN makes it out to be. Yes there are wars going on. Yes there is crime. Yes there are tourists being kidnapped. Yes, I realize that I may even be a victim of crime at some point while traveling. But, I also know there is more good going on in the world than bad. No one would watch the news if it covered all the good things happening. War and crime get ratings. I’ve traveled to many places as a female, solo traveler and have never come across anything remotely dangerous or life-threatening yet…unless you consider ziplining, surfing, jumping over waterfalls and trekking in the jungle dangerous. In other words, the only dangers I’ve faced were the ones that I willingly participated in.
All ready to try out ziplining for the first time in Costa Rica
Travel made me realize how vastly different people are from one culture to the next…and how strikingly similar we all are despite language and cultural differences. Before I started traveling, for some reason, I thought people in other countries and cultures were like another species of humans who were completely different from me. Sure, this is true in some ways. For example, in many of the countries I have traveled, people still mostly communicate in person instead of texting or emailing and family is number one priority. Many of the world’s cultures still remain very close to their traditional values and ways of life and their roots are still very much intact. But when it comes to human emotions, wants, needs and hopes for the future, we are all pretty much the same. Like the old saying goes “we all smile in the same language”.

Travel taught me how to be less materialistic. Seeing how little many people have and seeing how happy they are despite of this has made me realize that material items most definitely do not bring happiness. In fact, I’ve learned that having less equals happiness. After I did a major downsize of my belongings, I noticed some huge differences. I now spend less time sorting through and looking for things, I have less things to clean and less things to pack when moving and I have more room to move around. Discovering what I can live without turned to be a great lesson. I learned that before I downsized, I had way too many material items that were not serving much purpose in my life. I also learned to be less materialistic from living out of my suitcase. When I first started traveling, I was an over-packer – I mean everything but the kitchen sink was stuffed into several suitcases – but now, the most I travel with is a backpack and a small carry-on. I learned which items are necessary and which ones I can leave home and traveling is so much easier and enjoyable now that I don’t have to lug all that unnecessary stuff around and there’s less time spent unpacking, repacking and sorting through items at my destination and that means I have more time to enjoy myself.

Travel has made me smarter. While studying hard, doing well in school and acquiring a university degree are all things that can help make a person smarter, I am a firm believer that degrees and diplomas are nothing without life experience. Book smarts are great if you only want to be smart in your chosen field but “street” smarts are what make you smart in all aspects of life and travel is, in my opinion, the number one way to gain some of the best experiences of your life. The things I’ve learned from traveling cannot be taught. Every aspect of travel teaches something useful. Packing taught me about what is important in life and how to survive with very little and without the comforts of home. Air travel taught me patience. Navigating airport security taught me discipline (one has to comply with those many laws and regulations). Flying itself taught me to put my fears aside because who isn’t scared the first time they board a plane and realize that they will be suspended in mid-air, thousands of feet in the sky in a giant metal object going thousands of miles per hour with nothing holding it up? Travel taught me how to get out of my comfort zone because not all places have the luxuries I am used to at home. Travel taught me to be more social because, lets face it, my survival depends on the kindness of strangers at times while traveling and being able to approach new people is a skill I use in all aspects of my life. If you are shy before you start traveling, you won’t be for long! Travel taught me different ways of communicating. You will pick up on new languages and new ways of non-verbal communication in order to get your point across to someone who can’t speak the same language as you.

Travel has taught me how to be a better storyteller. New sites, new sounds, new smells, new people, new experiences = new stories. The littlest things have made for the most interesting and, often times, funny stories. Miscommunication between languages, missing important cultural cues, getting hopelessly lost, chance meetings, trying new and strange foods and realizing my I am just not meant to ingest certain things…these are just some of the things that have made for good stories. Some things were not so pleasant when they happened, but later, I was able to laugh at my misfortunes and other people did too and they were also inspired by my adventurous spirit and willingness to throw myself into these new situations in my quest to learn as much as I can about the world and its people.

Travel has made my life more interesting. I live in a modern society that says I have to work my butt off long hours every day in order to buy necessities like food and shelter while leaving me with virtually no time to enjoy life. A typical day involves waking up, eating, going to work, coming home, eating, tending to household chores, sleeping and repeating it all again the next day. Boring! I know I will only live once so why shouldn’t I reward myself with something I enjoy once and a while. Some people go to a movie on the weekends, others hang out in coffee shops, and others simply like to spend any free time they have watching television. Me? I work my butt off to save up to go on a trip at least once a year somewhere I’ve never been. This yearly pilgrimage provides me with something to look forward to, gets me away from the mundane and allows me to indulge in something I love doing. After a trip, I feel more productive and ready to get back to the daily grind and I don’t have to feel guilty for not living my life to the fullest!

Travel broadened my horizons and changed the way I think. I thought I knew a lot about the world and its various cultures. After I started traveling, I realized I didn’t know much at all. Watching documentaries and reading books about other countries and cultures certainly makes one more knowledgeable but nothing compares to the out-there-in-the-field education you get when you physically indulge yourself into another place. Many employers have spoken out about this type of “education” and research has stated over and over again that a large percentage of employers who see travel on a resume will take that into consideration when hiring an employee. Why? Because travel enables one to build on all of the main skills employers are looking for. Risk-taking, patience, willingness to learn new things, effectively dealing with stress, independence, problem-solving and working well with different types of people. I now longer worry about gaps in my employment history because I am confident that I can fill those gaps with meaningful things such as world travel. Most employers will see that travel experience as time well-spent.

Travel has made me a more curious person. Since I caught the travel bug, I have a constant longing to learn more about everywhere, everything and everyone! I always need to know what is around the next corner or over the next hill. I have a longing to learn about as many things as possible, to see as much as possible and to meet as many people as possible. A life spent on the couch watching television just doesn’t cut it for me…I have to be out there and I can never be missing anything!

Travel has taught me to be more adventurous with my food. Some people still consider me a picky eater. I am, after all, a vegetarian and have a strong dislike for anything that comes from the sea. That being said, since I’ve started traveling outside my home country, I’ve learned to be more adventurous and have tried many unique dishes and foods that I normally wouldn’t eat at home. I no longer turn my nose up something because I’ve never heard of it or it looks unappetizing; I just dive in and, more times than not, it turns out to be delicious!

Travel has opened my eyes to things I once thought impossible or beyond my abilities and reach. I was once afraid to travel alone. Now, I can hop on a plane and go anywhere by myself without any issues. During my travels I’ve experienced things I never thought I would get a chance to do. I’ve climbed mountains (relatively small ones but still mountains nonetheless!), I’ve traveled to the bottom of the sea in a submarine, I’ve ziplined through the jungle, I’ve learned to surf and overcome my fear of large waves and sharks, I’ve boarded some very small boats (some of which were not very seaworthy) and crossed rough bodies of water to reach almost deserted islands. Nowadays, there is virtually nothing I won’t try at least once. Travel has taught to overcome my fears and made me realize that once I get over that first hurdle, it’s easy to do it again and again and I learn that my fear was mostly unfounded!
I recommend that everyone try surfing at least once in their lifetime!
Travel has taught me that the world is much smaller than I once thought. One doesn’t really know how small the world is until they hop on a plane and reach a far flung destination within the same day, sometimes in only a matter of hours. Before I traveled, I thought of these far-flung places as other worlds far, far away and much different from my world. But once I started traveling to these far-flung places, I realized that they are quite of this same world I’ve always known. We all have families, homes and towns or villages to return to, families who love us, hobbies that engage us and dreams we want to see to reality.

Travel has taught me to appreciate the things I have at home….and long for some of the things I only have on the road. One thing that some people struggle with when traveling to other countries is the lack of familiar items they are used to having at home. You will miss toilet paper in Cuba (and lots of other little luxuries), you will miss your favorite coffee shop or hang-out place, you will miss your favorite fast food restaurants and comfort foods in many places in the world, you will miss your comfortable bed and cozy living room and you will miss being able to log onto the internet anywhere, at any time. You will pretty much miss anything that you are used to accessing easily on a daily basis but you get over it because those things are quickly replaced with new favorite foods, new experiences, new friends and new hang-outs that you will miss once you return home. For example, I miss the delicious food I ate for two weeks in Costa Rica, I miss the spectacular sunsets of the Caribbean, I miss the sound of people speaking Spanish (I think Spanish is a beautiful-sounding language), I miss walking down that wood road at dusk in the rainforest near my retreat in Montezuma and, most of all, I miss the freedom that comes with traveling.
The freedom of the open road...and not many roads are as liberating as this straight stretch through a section of the Mojave Desert in Nevada
And last but not least, travel has taught me that I cannot ever stop traveling. I caught the bug and it has a hold of me and I cannot imagine succumbing to a boring ol’ life in front of a television. The Canadian government recently decided to give Canadians a choice in how long they want their passport to be valid for. Before, passports expired automatically after five years, but now we have the option to have our passports valid for ten years (for a small extra fee, of course) so without a second thought, I ticked off the ten-year option. I plan to keep traveling and exploring this earth until I can no longer physically do so!

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Thursday, February 12, 2015

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