I think that previously, I took the ability to get on a plane for granted. I won't do it again. Now, I am so thankful that I have the ability to jump on a plane if I'd like - see the world, see your country, see your hometown (you'd probably use a car or your feet rather than a plane for that one).
Have you ever wondered about what makes people tick? What they're inspired by? What pushes them into the career paths that seem more passion and play rather than work? If you're like me, you'll likely have answered 'YES' to all of those questions, and perhaps thrown in a bit more of your own.
The North Shore is full of cozy spots and simple stops, known for the hygge-like feeling that you get the second you arrive. From chicken wild rice soup that will have you begging for the recipe, to the sauna culture that makes the winters seem mild - it'll leave you wanting to come back and wishing that you never left.
Through my own rushed packing or tips from fellow travelers, I've realized that there are twelve things that you'll never find me travelling without. And no - I'm not just talking about someone forgetting their passport. Though - I know some in which this has happened to them. More than once, if you can believe it.
Something about the stars in the late evening, chasing away the sun, is my idea of freedom. It’s where the day washes away, and you can reinvent yourself should you choose. Or, if you prefer, you can stay the same.