This post will be short and sweet as I just want to check in with you all and give you an update on how life is. On August 26th I hopped on a plane to Canada. It was my first solo trip abroad and my first time living in a different country. It was my big adventure. This week I returned home. I won’t delve into the ins and outs of why I returned home but I will say this, Victoria is one the most beautiful cities I have ever been to and yes it’s true Canadians are just the friendliest people. I hope you’ve enjoyed my posts here and my pictures on Instagram of Victoria. Does this mean that my adventures are over? Not a chance! It just means that my priorities have changed and how I want to travel…for now. I’ve always said that there is no right or wrong way to travel and if you don’t want to travel that’s fine too. It’s about doing what’s right for you. Looking to the future, there’s a guide book for a seven day itinerary in the west of Ireland in the works, I’m finally graduating next week with a BA in Heritage Studies after a five year hiatus, and I have flights booked to Edinburgh, London and Bath for the beginning of next year. There’s a lot to be getting on with. I can’t wait to share with you my travel plans for next year in due course. I can say that I will definitely be returning to Canada someday to explore more of the beautiful country but for now it’s good to be home.