Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters (Signs)

Signage are very important, especially for travelers in a foreign land. They provide information, humour, inspiration and creativity.

Here are some that caught my eye on my travels…

Reminders:

Heart - written in Traditional Chinese

Heart – written in Traditional Chinese

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie (Beach life)

Many people dream of lying on a sunny beach for vacation. Especially during the winter season in Canada.

However, I am an odd ball. I have never taken an all-inclusive vacation. I have never done a “Winter escape”. I have never spent more than just a couple hours sitting around at a beach. Maybe it’s because I get restless. Maybe because I overheat to fast. Maybe I tan too easily and forget to use sunblock.

Then there was this beach… when I was on Easter Island (Rapa Nui), Chile. After lunch with new friends, I rented an umbrella and took a quick nap. Felt the breeze. Scents of the near by family barbeques. Sound of waves crashing near by. Sands between my toes. Continue reading

Single Woman Travels celebrates 100+ followers on WordPress!!

On November 2013, I began sharing my travel stories on WordPress. Slowly over the last few months, I have realized what a great, supportive community this is to be a part of!

Thank you for reading my ramblings!! I look forward to sharing more of my past travel experiences with all of you – in hope of motivating more people to travel Planet Earth and beyond! I hope you’ll be here when I launch into the next phase of my life.

With Gratitude!

Karen Sze Single Woman jumping with Moai on Easter Island

Karen – the elated Single Woman jumps for joy on Easter Island

Craving seafood…

It’s snowing outside right now in Toronto, Canada. The Polar vortex has come back for another visit and the roads are a slushy mess!

This morning what I crave is some fresh fish. I love seafood. Lobster. Fish. Oysters. Clams. Mussels. Shrimps. Abalone. Crabs. You name it – I want them all if possible!

I don’t even want them overly spiced or flavoured. I enjoy them au naturel – maybe just a pinch of salt to bring out the flavour. Continue reading