Join me as I chase my wanderlust and share the experiences, tips and anything else I may find interesting with you. Whether it be around the world or just the next corner, there is always something new and exciting going on.
Paris: First Impressions
If you have never been to Paris, the easiest and most efficient way to get around is by the public transit system. We opted for the Navigo Discover pass. Only €22.00. It's good for a week and allows full access to the trains, metro and trams in and around the city. Our first trip was by train from Charles De Gaulle Airport to the Gard du Nord station. From there, we took the metro to the Ménilmontant station, which was a very short walk from the flat we booked for our stay.
Bayfield – Blues, Boats And Beautiful
Bayfield is a small historic village on the shore of Lake Huron. It combines the old fashioned charm of a quaint country town with modern day amenities. For decades, Bayfield has been a favourite destination for both travellers and holidayers. With fine sandy beaches, excellent shopping, dining and accommodations, there is much to enjoy. With four seasons of outdoor sports there is lots to do as well...
Simple Orton Effect Using Affinity Photo
The Orton Effect is a very popular technique used in landscape and nature photography. The technique was developed by photographer Michael Orton in the mid-1980's using slide film... The technique is often replicated today digitally with photo editing software. Follow the steps below to create this effect using Affinity Photo.
Beautiful British Columbia
Our summer adventure started in Kelowna in mid-July. We visited there about three weeks before the area was hit hard by forest fires. During our short stay, the temperatures were constantly in the mid-thirties with no rain for weeks. Discovering the essence of each city while on a tight schedule would prove to be a challenge...
Newfoundland - Jellybeans, Tsunami And Al Capone's Hat
We arrived in St. John's, Newfoundland late in the evening on Canada Day and missed the fireworks. So, by then, we just wanted to find the hotel and go to bed. In the morning, we would get a good, clean start to the week's activities. Our plan, for the next six days, was to drive down around the Avalon Peninsula, back up and down the Burnin Peninsula to Allan's Island...
Japan – Yakitori Shacks And Cold Coffee
The flight path takes you north over Alaska and across the Bering Strait, then down to Japan. Clear skies ensured an exciting view of Alaska. For hundreds of miles, the view consisted of a vast wasteland of cool white snow and shadows cast by the afternoon sun. Somewhere in the middle of the Pacific...
Welcome to Kidmoses
Welcome to KidmosesHi! I'm Howard and I've been travelling the world and around the corner ever since I can remember. My goal is to inspire others to live an adventurous life, as well as provide travel tips and ideas for people with limited vacation time and resources.
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