2 Nights in Dresden, Germany

While we’ve managed to take a few day trips since moving to Germany over a year ago, we had yet to take any overnight trips. When my husband had time of work a couple weeks ago, we decided it was time! And with a 1 year old, nonetheless! So, off Continue Reading

Visiting Xanten Germany

The first time we visited Xanten was a few days before our daughter was born. It was 30+ degrees out, and for a pregnant lady, I was quite uncomfortable! Since then, we’ve been back a few more times but, just like every old German town, there’s always more to be Continue Reading

Day-Trip to Limburg, Germany

Hello, everyone and welcome! I’m sorry for missing last weeks post, but today I’m back and I wanted to share about a little day-trip we took last week to visit Limburg, Germany! When we first set off to Limburg I didn’t actually know where we were going! Thankfully, I can Continue Reading

Welcome to 2020!

Frohes neues Jahr! Happy New Year! Welcome to the year 2020! My New Year’s Eve, or Silvester as it’s called in German, wasn’t an overly exciting day. People did, however start setting off fireworks at 8:30am! People here go a little more crazy about fireworks in Canada and they’re even Continue Reading

Visiting The German Christmas Markets

If you haven’t been able to tell from my last two posts, I have been loving Christmastime in Germany! It’s been fun trying new foods and being in a different country during this festive season. And something that both locals and tourists look forward to this time of year are Continue Reading

Must-Try German Christmas Treats!

Germans celebrate the Christmas season with their beautiful Weihnachtsmärkte (Christmas Markets) and fun and historical traditions. But Christmas in Germany also means lots delicious seasonal baking that can be found at Bakeries and Christmas Markets. While there are endless snacking possibilities in Germany at Christmastime, today I’ll be sharing my Continue Reading

The Hardest Part of Living Abroad

The prospect of moving abroad can be exciting, freeing, nerve-wracking, and stressful. And for a lot of people, moving abroad also means having to learn a new language. It can be the hardest part of living abroad since language correlates with everything you do. I had a comment from one Continue Reading

Autumn in Germany

Happy Wednesday, Friends! Today’s post is going to be a little more informal. I wanted to share with you a few photos and what it’s like here in Germany in the Autumn. While my family and friends back home in Western Canada have been experiencing quite cold weather for this Continue Reading