- Kim -'s Travel and Life Abroad Posts

It's been a while since I last posted photos on my blog! The subject of photography came up at my school today where I work; it got me to think that I should…

My family and I are enjoying a visit to Thousand Islands, New York. Yesterday, as we were walking along the water's edge, we came across a row of colorful…

A look back at Nafplio, Greece, during my 2018 Spring Break vacation with my husband and son. I love taking pictures of Mediterranean countries, with their…

As it is now summer break and I have a little more time to spare, I am retroactively sharing with you photos of some Russian dishes that I had when I moved to…

I haven't posted in a while as a busy mom, wife, and teacher, but last winter holiday I had the opportunity to take some photos on our family vacation to the…

Being so busy with my new teaching job in Kazan, Russia, I haven't quite gotten around to taking breaks and posting pictures. This Friday evening, though, I …

Last week, my husband and I went to this great farmers' market in our new residence of Kazan, Russia. The Agra Market had a great variety of fresh and very…

Russian chicken dumplings with my husband's homemade chicken broth. Our little toddler was really eating this up today!

Bauman Street is probably the most well-known street in the Old Town of Kazan, Russia. In it, there are plenty of restaurants with terraces, shops, and…

Last week, I had the opportunity to take pictures in the Kremlin of Kazan. Other than the Qolşärif Mosque and the Annunciation Cathedral, there were…

The city of Kazan is located in the Republic of Tatarstan, which is roughly half Muslim/Tatar and half Russian Orthodox. In my previous post, the Qolşärif…

So, after nearly one month and a half of living out of a suitcase, my family and I are finally settling into our new home. Our teaching careers have now led us…

The other day, I saw an interesting family theme park called Voiles en Voiles in the Old Port of Montreal, Canada. It consisted of, among other things, pirate…

After living abroad for a while, it is always interesting to see new sights in your hometown that were not there the last time you visited. In the Old Port of…

Last weekend, my relatives from Ottawa brought us to MosaïCanada, an amazing horticultural celebration in Gatineau, Quebec, to commemorate Canada’s 150 years of…

While living in the Arabian Desert for three years, we really missed nature and greenery from back in North America. We were so glad the other day to get to…

To conclude my time living in the Middle East, I have decided to publish some of my street photography at the Mutrah Souq (Market) in Muscat, Oman (as well as…

So, I have officially moved out of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)! I will be visiting family in the United States and Canada for the next few weeks, until I…

There is a very large aquarium at the Dubai Mall, where one can see sharks, sting rays, and other fish. Although I would prefer to see these creatures in their…

At one of the sections of the Dubai Mall, there are these colorful umbrellas covering the entire ceiling. I just had to take a picture, with a slight fish-eye…
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