2:08 | July 28, 2020



Vancouver, Canada is one of the most unique cities in the world. Today’s Vancouver travel vlog shares some of the more special places you can visit when traveling Vancity! As a born and raised Vancouverite, I happen to know a thing or two about this famous Canadian city and feel so proud to show it off in today’s vlog!

We start this Vancouver day off by renting scooters! This was admittedly a first for me (at least in Vancouver), and it was SO worth it. We rented scooters from the team at CycleBC and it cost about $15/hr or $65 all day to rent a scooter. Super fun way to experience the city through a bit of a different lens.

Next up my friend Laura Reid and I cooled off with a nice beer at a local brewery. The brewery scene in Vancouver is huge, and we decided to visit a favourite of ours called Electric Bicycle. The grilled cheese is such a good combo with pretty much any of their beers!

This Vancouver travel vlog ends in the most typical way possible… a sunset at Sunset Beach! Sunset beach has been named very appropriately, as it truly is the best spot to end the day in the city. I always recommend bringing a picnic and a blanket, and settling in for a cozy night.

If you liked this Vancouver travel vlog, make sure you head over to my YouTube and leave a comment so I can know whether or not to make more videos in the city!

1:28 | July 24, 2020



One of my favourite parts of traveling BC is the journey to the destination. So today’s travel vlog shares the best things to see when driving from Penticton to Vancouver, British Columbia. I’ve done this drive about a million times, and never actually taken the time to stop and enjoy some of the sights along the way.

If you have never driven between Vancouver and the Okanagan, I highly recommend making the time to do the trip! The drive is truly beautiful and something you need to experience at least once 🙂

4:54 | July 21, 2020



Penticton, British Columbia is somewhere I have been visiting since I was a small child. Penticton is a city in the Okanagan Valley of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, situated between Okanagan and Skaha lakes. My family and I used to visit every summer and stay at a small motel right on Skaha lake. So for today’s Canadian travel vlog I wanted to revisit this beautiful place in BC.

My friend Mia and I decided that glamping in the mountains above Penticton city was the best way to go! And we were NOT disappointed. We rented out the cutest little hut, that was decked out with mattresses and a fire pit. It was very basic but it was all we needed. There is something so special about being out in nature and this was definitely the best setup we could have asked for.

Overall we had a great first day in Penticton. The Okanogan is an amazing place to travel in BC during the summer time, as it is renowned for it’s really hot weather. Didn’t have much sun on our first day… but here’s to hoping day two brings a little more sunshine!

Hope you enjoyed this BC travel vlog, stay tuned for episode 2 coming soon!

12:13 | July 17, 2020



Welcome back to another beautiful day on Hornby Island! My friend Aneta Michniak and I have been staying at a spot called Fossil Beach Farm. It’s set up as a “glamping” site, and your tents are located literally right on the beach. Staying at Fossil Beach has been one of my favourite experiences I’ve had to date… A very unique way to experience the island.

In today’s Canadian travel vlog, we visit Tribune Bay Beach and Helliwell Provincial Park (for a second time!) Tribune Bay Beach is famously known as the “little Hawaii” of Canada because of the immaculate white sand and blue water. It was pretty chilly when we visited first thing in the morning, but I definitely can imagine how incredible it would be on a sunny hot day.

We also made the decision to go back to Helliwell Provincial Park to walk around the whole thing! The first time we visited Helliwell we got so caught up exploring the area closest to the parking lot, we missed out on most of the park. Give yourself at least half a day to visit Helliwell if you decide to go 🙂

This is my last day visiting Hornby Island, and I am so sad to be leaving! Highly recommend booking minimum 3 nights if you are planning a trip, as it takes quite a while to get there and you want to maximize your time on the island itself. Another tip would be to pack in your own food & wine because the local co-op has very limited hours during this time. And finally… have FUN! Hornby is a beautiful place to visit and I cannot wait to go back.

2:49 | July 14, 2020



Welcome to Hornby Island! Hornby Island is famously known as Canada’s “little Hawaii,” so I absolutely had to go and see what it was all about for myself. This tiny island takes about 5-6 hours to get to from the city of Vancouver, and requires a bit of planning to make sure you have a successful first trip.

Starting off in Horseshoe Bay, my friend Aneta and I took our first of three ferries to Nanaimo. After you arrive in Nanaimo, you can expect about a two hour drive to Buckely Bay. Here you will board your second ferry to Denman Island, and then finally on to Hornby Island. Make sure you have your accommodation booked in advance if you plan on visiting Hornby, because there is very limited availability and you don’t want to get stuck with nowhere to stay!

Even though it is a bit of a trek to get here, it is 110% worth it! This little BC island has some of the most insanely beautiful nature I’ve ever seen. The weather wasn’t the best for our visit but the island itself was still seriously impressive. I can only imagine how incredible Hornby Island would be on a beautiful sunny day!

This epic BC trip was also my very first time glamping! We stayed at a gorgeous spot called Fossil Beach Farm, where your “tent” is literally right on the water. I woke up every morning to birds chirping and felt so relaxed and rejuvenated. Definitely would recommend checking out Fossil Beach if you are looking for a unique glamping experience on Hornby.