Spring graces the Lower Mainland in late March or early April every year. With it comes wonderful flowers and blossoms to help both tourists and residents shake away winter blues. Tourism Vancouver offers an extensive list of places where sakura fans can flock to appreciate the delicate beauty around the city centre. BUT many other areas offer onlookers prime Instagram-worthy shots – Burnaby and New West are no exception! Many parks in… Read More
From Sweden to South Africa, Palau to Peru, and everywhere in between, the reality is travelling is not free. Luckily, becoming a digital nomad is not only a growing market, but remote employment is in higher demand than ever. There are ways to travel on a limited budget, but no matter how you look at it, living and adventuring abroad costs money. Not only that, but limited budget travel may also reduce… Read More
Poland’s history is simultaneously strange, marvellous, and tragic. The birthplace of Chopin, Maria Sklodowska (Madame Curie), Pope John Paul II, and modern pierogis amazed us more than we anticipated. The stunning beauty, cleanliness and rich history rivalled, and surpassed in many cases, more expensive metro cities we have visited in other countries. The amount of accessible and educational landmarks changed our perspectives on historical life and modern conflicts drastically. While we wanted… Read More
The time of buying fresh notebooks, taking as many extra shifts as possible before classes start, and collecting four-ply toilet paper from relatives’ bathrooms is upon students around the globe. This year, however, there is an obvious difference for many students who had planned to study abroad: COVID-19. The world’s operations have drastically changed (as everyone knows) but these events have students, especially international ones, in a unique predicament.
Sorry for the hiatus, Sailors! During this time of uncertainty and stagnancy we couldn’t keep still for long! After being stuck inside for 14 days, we started exploring new avenues of life when we could leave Larissa’s mom’s basement again. Thinking of relevant, genuine content for a travel blog during COVID-19 has been a bit of a challenge. Sharing our struggles to achieve solidarity at first was fitting but now the demand… Read More
We are now beyond a month of quarantine here at Land Sailors Travel just like many globally. The one thing we didn’t plan for this year was to be apart. We had a backup plan for every possible situation while abroad but the thing that always remained constant was the fact that we would be together—that and we definitely didn’t plan for an epidemic. Whenever we spend long periods apart we have… Read More