Book Review: Men Without Women

by Haruki Murakami Men Without Women is my second book by Haruki Murakami.  This one is a collection of seven short stories. On a surface level, each story seems banal. I asked myself, why am I reading this? But once I sat with each story, once I let it sit in me, I found them to beContinue reading “Book Review: Men Without Women”

Book Review: The Cabin at the End of the World

by Paul Tremblay The Cabin at the End of the World is about a family vacationing in, you guessed it, a cabin. They are enjoying the grass, sunshine and fresh air when a group of four strangers knocks on their door holding what look to be weapons. Once they force their way in, they revealContinue reading “Book Review: The Cabin at the End of the World”

How to show your Grandma Greece in 7 days.

My Grandma is 80 years old. She hasn’t traveled much outside the United States. She went to the UK once, and I’m pretty sure she has visited the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. But my grandma is amazing. She’s sweet, fun to be with and incredibly spry. So I said to her, you know Grandma,Continue reading “How to show your Grandma Greece in 7 days.”

5 Perfect Days in Banff, Alberta, Canada

Alberta is a beautiful province of Canada. I don’t think I really understood it was a place until someone recommended I visit Banff. It turned out to be one of the best vacations I have ever had. It’s a gorgeous, peaceful place when it’s sunny, raining and even snowing. So here’s a quick hit onContinue reading “5 Perfect Days in Banff, Alberta, Canada”

10-day Itinerary in Southern Utah

Utah is often a state people forget about or think doesn’t have much to offer. Nothing could be further from the truth! Neal and I did 10 days in southern Utah. Here’s what we saw, where we stayed and a few places we ate. Day 1: Salt Lake City We arrived in Salt Lake CityContinue reading “10-day Itinerary in Southern Utah”