Cycling Around London – The Cheapest Fun!

Before we got to london we were a little worried at the bill we would rack up using the tube and we knew that even if we tried to walk everywhere it would… Continue reading

One Really Old Church – Westminster Abbey

London has a lot of “old things” and these “old things” are truly amazing. One of the most remarkable churches I have ever seen comes in the form of one that is over… Continue reading

Parliament…British that is!

What a royal and majestic building this highlight of London was for us. London is truly scattered with hundreds of famous buildings, streets and attractions although for us this stood out as a… Continue reading

Blog – We Meet Again! An Update from Not So Sunny London!

Hello Everyone! Yes, we are still around!! Although we have neglected the blog in the last week or so we haven’t forgotten it and hope to get back in to the swing of… Continue reading

London Summer :)

Well we were warned before coming here from multiple people that the weather wasn’t the best…although this was far beyond our expectations. With potential jobs in a Canadian winter later this year i… Continue reading

Uchisar – A town with a view

Through our hike of Pigeon Valley Kelly and I ended up at the town of Uchisar It sits high on the sky line in Cappadocia and can even be seen from Goreme, the… Continue reading

Ihlara Valley – Strolling through churches and villages made of rock formations!

On our Green Tour of Cappadocia, we drove out to Ihlara Valley and got to explore this area on a three kilometer hike. Ihlara Valley is located near two of the three volcanoes… Continue reading

A Leisurely Stroll Through Pigeon Valley – Luckily, no Pigeons!

Pigeons are gross. Sorry to say it if you are a pigeon fan but I’m definitely not. Someone once told me that they carry more diseases than any other bird. I haven’t found… Continue reading

I Shouldn’t Be Alive – Ep2 SE01 (Cappadocia Snake Wrangling)

After a long day of sightseeing and water supplies running low Kelly and I, along with our French counterparts Rafael and Samuel, were thrown by the road side by our tour guide and… Continue reading

Our guide scared me so much I cried – Underground Cities in Cappadocia

Visiting an underground city has always been a scary concept to me as if you haven’t figured it out by now, I am quite a chicken. Our tour guide was confident though as… Continue reading