10.27 back in business

Wowza. Forgive me dear readers, its been almost exactly 3 months since my last post. It was a great concept to blog about my travels… but at the end of the day, I chose to actually TRAVEL rather than blog. I wish I could have taken the time to write it all down and share it with you. But then I had a fear of missing out on something I would have experienced if I said no. So I said yes… to everything thrown at me…which has changed my life forever…

I believe my last post left you in Spain. Because of my limited time + my utter excitement to share more exciting news of what is to come, I will tell my travel stories through pictures. Then I will leave the ground breaking news for the end of this post. So bear with me folks.  To sum it all up, here is the 3 month route of places I visited.  30 cities, 10 countries, 3 continents, and a whole lotta money… here is where I was:

Vancouver -> New York -> London -> Paris -> San Sebastian -> Granada -> Sevilla -> Essaouira -> Marrakesh -> Ouazazte -> Dades Gorges -> Merzouga/Sahara Desert -> Marrakesh -> Sevilla – >Barcelona -> Aix-en-Provence -> Paris -> Helsinki -> Tallin -> Riga -> Tel Aviv -> Jerusalem -> Eilat -> Petra -> The Dead Sea -> Haifa -> Tel Aviv -> Istanbul -> Cappadocia -> Olympos -> Blue Cruise on the Mediterranean -> Fethiye -> Ephesus -> Kusadasi -> Istanbul ->London -> New York -> Vancouver

I could go on forever about the most amazing time I had. But this time I won’t. But if you are interested, I am more than happy to blabber away! For now though, I am going to concentrate this blog on something more exciting. In two weeks, I am moving. I am leaving Vancouver after 10 years…

I am moving to Istanbul!!! I met the love of my life + taking a leap of faith.  A change in career, a change of scenery, and a change of life. I guess at the end of the day, this is exactly what I was looking for. So hold on to your horses, more details to come on this continued adventure of mine. I suppose this adventure of mine will never really have an end to it, now will it? Let’s hope not!