We were lucky enough to almost have two turkey dinners when we visited Edmonton in August because both of our moms wanted to make one for us. In order to avoid eating turkey for days on end, we let Mike’s mom off the hook and just my mom made one. Therefore, I didn’t feel too… Continue reading Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving!
While we hope that a few more friends surprise us by stopping through London on their travels, we may have had our last visitor. Having people visit and stay with us is always exciting. It means we get the chance to play tourist and see our favorite sights and explore some new ones too. It… Continue reading Alicia’s Visit
September 26th marked our one year anniversary of being in London. It is quite remarkable to reflect on all that has happened this past year.
Christa is also from Alberta and moved to London with her husband around the same time as us. It has been great to compare stories about settling in, the challenges of finding work and expat life in general. You can read more about her adventures at Un Petit Chou, but for now, she has shared with… Continue reading Guest Post: A Perfect Day in North London
Little William isn’t so little anymore! This was a big month for William with a lot of discoveries and milestones. He’s really developing his own little cheerful personality.
Don’t get me wrong, I am a proud Canadian and I love summer in Edmonton, but these past few months in London have been great. As summer draws to a close, I couldn’t help but reminisce about the great times we had. When it comes to summertime fun, Brits have a strong game and there… Continue reading Brits Do It Better
Chances are, if you’ve never been to London before, you are going to want to see all the main attractions like Big Ben and the Parliament Buildings, The London Eye and the Southbank, and Buckingham Palace. But if mainstream sights aren’t your thing, or you would like to get a bit of a different experience… Continue reading Off The Beaten Path In London