In the current year of 2021, more than 1 billion Muslims across the globe will be celebrating in unison. From Monday, April 12th to Wednesday, May 12th, the holy traditional month of Ramadan will take place. This event occurs for … Continue reading Anthropology: History and Culture of Ramadan, Islam’s Holy Month
With all the stress and turmoil from your everyday lives, occasional getaways over the weekend or during time off prove to be crucial. The value of vacation is something that should be appreciated more now coming out of a pandemic than ever before. However, it can be difficult to find or plan a leave that serves it’s purpose in fun and recuperation. While most of North America’s largest tourist destinations are loud and raging cities, that can be the last thing you want after a long working period. On the flip side, staying at somewhere like a pampering hotel or … Continue reading Travel Guide: Hidden Gem Getaways on the West Coast
Nestled in Quebec’s southwestern region, Montréal is not only one of Canada’s largest cities, but also one of its most dynamic. Aside from Paris, Montréal is the second largest French speaking city throughout the entire globe. With an expanding population of over 1.7 million people, a range of prominent seasons, and a unique cultural background, Montréal is rightfully considered one of Canada’s best cities for partying, exploration, and travel. Montréal is a dear city to me, as I spent a month of winter 2017 in the household of native residents, as part of a cultural exchange. Not only was this … Continue reading Visit Montréal: City of History, Culture, and Pride!