The sea that Vanished

Our Biosphere is this incredibly sufficient regulator of life, composed of abiotic systems and biota living and thriving from these systems. Earths atmosphere is the perfect green/ blue home for individual species and populations that coexist within their communities and ecosystem, providing space for a harmonious life, food, shelter, and evolution of all. It also […]

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Climbing at Squamish- North Apron at The chief

With the weather getting warmer and dryer, I have been very fortunate enough to be invited out again this weekend (3rd weekend in a row) to do some trad and sport climbing at Squamish. Being able to go out and climb at such a varied and amazing venue, I believe that by the time my […]

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Climbing at Smoke Bluffs- Squamish

Last weekend I was fortunate to find a climbing buddy willing to drive me and him to Squamish for my first outdoor climbing session this year and in Canada overall. The weather was inviting and I have been dying to go outdoors, especially in Squamish. My climbing partner for the day was a very experienced […]

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The strength of a Woman Lioness

Sociocultural and economical factors are the key offenders that foster the normalisation of violence against woman, and these have to be addressed at global and local levels by governing bodies. There are also things like access to education, early exposure to violence, support groups, legislations and women economy that has to be looked at to fully support the victims and protect future generations.

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The most incredible encounter- Orcas, the killer whale

As I stood there looking more to the east, I head a big wushhh sound right from the west so I quickly looked around, and right there, as clear as the Pacific ocean is, there were 4 orcas AKA the Killer Whales!!!

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Thought- getting an exercise routine.

So, I have been aspiring to get more physically fit ever since I did my first ever Wolfrun, about four years ago. I have already been climbing back then for a bit, did some yoga practice at home and occasionally did a small arm or core workout, but everything was all over the place. I […]

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Snowshoeing in West/North Vancouver

Beautiful Places in British Columbia

To get back down you can try and walk down, but since it’s very steep there is a much more innovative way for it which is sliding on our asses!

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Settling in – Work/Travel in Canada

So the first few weeks after my isolation has ended have been super busy trying to sort bits out while starting work. I have started working at Cypress Mountain (Ski resort), and while doing so, I still had to sort out my SIN (Social Insurance Number), set up a bank account, get familiar with travelling […]

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2 week of F…all. My First 14 days in Vancouver.

My main goal for the first 2 weeks of chill time was to: Apply for SIN – Social Insurance number which you need to work and everything else. For more info on how to apply click here. Open up a bank account – You have to do it in person so I have booked an […]

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Going Canada on IEC Visa during COVID-19

At the beginning of last year, I have decided to finally fulfil my goal of coming to Canada for some climbing and hiking adventures in the BC mountains. I knew that a long holiday would not be enough, and since I was single at the time I have decided to apply for an IEC visa […]

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