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Kendra Seignoret

My name is Kendra and I am a cubicle escape artist: I try to find ways to keep my job which is in a cubicle while also trying to escape it as often as possible. As a traveller, I aim for both the unique and the cliché. When I travel, I’m generally that solo female you see wandering with a camera firmly clutched to her face as she traipses around while narrowly avoiding being hit by some form of local transportation.

Sailing Down the Essequibo

So despite what mass media tries to tell you, the Amazon isn’t the only massive cool river in South America. Okay, okay, the Essequibo is nowhere near the Amazon’s...


Winter Wine Tasting

Most of the time, people visit wineries during the summer. I can’t blame them as seeing a vineyard in full bloom is pretty awesome. I’ve seen vineyards in France,...


Escape to the Black Sea

Visiting the Black Sea from Istanbul can be done as a day trip, and it is a lovely one at that. Because my sister doesn’t drive and I didn’t want to drive, we booked...


Getting Caught in a Political Protest

My sister and I were in Istanbul June 2013, the year of the Gezi Park protests. The second day that we were there, a Sunday, we figured that we should go check out...


10 things to do in Cappadocia

If you have the time, a visit to Turkey practically requires a visit to Cappadocia. The region is just fascinating with its beautiful otherworldly landscapes, history,...


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Snack Time

This was my absolute favourite snack while on the Camino Frances (in fact, I even wrote a poem on my blog about how much I love it, haha). I ate this every day on The...


Life is Up!

It was a beautiful morning the day of my balloon flight in Cappadocia. Herculean effort to get up at 3:45am wasn’t really necessary as I didn’t sleep much that...


Experiencing The Whirling Dervishes

The first time I head of a Whirling Dervish was when I read Mrs. Pollifax and the Whirling Dervish by Dorothy Gilman as a teenager. Ever since then, seeing a dervish...


The Ancient City of Ephesus

Calling all history buffs, archeology buffs, photography buffs, and people watchers! You all would have a field day at Ephesus in Turkey. It is one of those heavily...


Aphrodisias, A City of Love

Pretty much the first thing I do when I decide I want to visit a “big” area, is see if there are day trips to “small” areas from that place. On my visit to...


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