Japan Airline: Eating to Japan

Flying on Japan Airlines to Japan took ten hours, so we were served a couple meals along with unlimited snacks and drinks. We even got a tuna sandwich that was both my favourite and my daughter’s too. We both forgot to take a picture…. it was ingested very quickly. Special Treatment For Little Ones Special… Continue reading Japan Airline: Eating to Japan

Reblog Feature: Canada’s Approach To Food Waste

After doing some research, it is comforting to know that Canada actually has a plan to reduce food waste. Unfortunately, we often see a lot of good food go to waste because it’s “ugly” shape or simply discarded when they just pass their expired date! Learn more by visiting here! Remember to leave both sites… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Canada’s Approach To Food Waste

Fly Over Canada: Taiwan Edition

Fly Over Canada is a very different way of sight-seeing. We are all indoors, strapped into our seats and feet dangling above a large, circular screen. There is no voiceover of any kind and only lasts 8 minutes. However, because it feels so realistic and immersive that it feels like a longer ride. Normally, this… Continue reading Fly Over Canada: Taiwan Edition

Drawing Miss Daisy On The Disney Cruise

At the Crown and Fin Bar on the Disney Cruise Ship, Wonder, a dozen of adults sat around to do some sketching…. This was one of the many adults-only activities on the cruise ship. Only adults were allowed inside the bar, for obvious reasons. What a nice touch! Afterwards, I lined up just like all… Continue reading Drawing Miss Daisy On The Disney Cruise

Some Smurf History And Sketching Smurfette

Do you remember the Smurfs? I was a 80s child and I grew up with the Smurfs. It was a cartoon series from 1981 to 1990. This cartoon series was developed from a comic strip like Asterix and Tin Tin. “One of the most important contributions to popular culture from the tiny nation of Belgium… Continue reading Some Smurf History And Sketching Smurfette