Canadian Rocky Mountans: explore, amaze and enjoy

Life is not easy in an “urban jungle,” and it is just filled with monotonous days, stress, street noise and bustle.  Escaping from the city and being in the park always brings me great enjoyment. Only in nature I can rest, get harmony, emotional balance and recharge.  My favorite season is fall, but I can find beauty all year around: winter — white and fluffy, spring — goose is coming back, and everything is becoming alive, summer — green and sunny, autumn — colorful and peaceful.  I also enjoy the mountains. They are so powerful and inspiring.   When I was standing on the top of the mountain in Jasper and looked at the stunning panorama… ah… that took my breath away… so impressive.  We had an unforgettable experience when we visited the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks in Banff and Jasper.  But, enough lyrics. It’s time to share my travel tips.  Travel tips:  Comfortable shoes and a warm jacket or hoody. No matter what season you are going to the Rocky Mountain Parks, you will need warm clothes and comfortable shoes. This is must-have clothes. (I wasn’t prepared.) Pass to the park  All visitors must purchase the pass to entrance the park and it’s not the same that you  probably already bought for the park.  You have to buy a pass at the park entrance. You will need to pay for each person in the vehicle for the number of days you will be  staying in the park.  The cost for a daily pass is $10.   Accommodation.  Book your hotel in advanceContinue reading “Canadian Rocky Mountans: explore, amaze and enjoy”

Tips for 2021 New Year Celebration.

New Year is a favorite holiday for many people. Everyone is waiting for a miracle and sincerely believes in New Year’s magic.  To make dreams and wishes come true, here are tips for the New Year 2021 celebration: 2021 Year of the Metal Ox The symbol of the coming 2021 year is the Metal Ox. It symbolizes perseverance, stubbornness and energy. The Metal Ox has many respects for hardworking people and is going to beContinue reading “Tips for 2021 New Year Celebration.”

Santa around the world.

New Year’s holidays are always the most magical moments of the year, with fabulous, cheerful and kind atmosphere.   Santa is a symbol of this joyous holiday, very popular in every country and he has lots of different names like Santa Claus, Ded Moroz,  Father Christmas,  Saint Nicholas, Sinterklaas,  Saint Nick, Kris Kringle and many more.  The modernContinue reading “Santa around the world.”

Ideas how not to get crazy during the lockdown.

Winnipeg has a Code Red, and we locked down again until the middle of December or maybe longer during this COVID-19 pandemic. I really hope it will help to “flatten the curve” and bring down the number of COVID-19 cases. People must stay home now, which is very good, but unluckily there are lots ofContinue reading “Ideas how not to get crazy during the lockdown.”

Remembrance day.

On November 11, 1918, an Armistice agreement was signed at Le Françoise near Compiegne (France), which ended the fighting on land, sea and air in the World War I. The signed agreement by French Marshal Ferdinand Foch came into force at 11:00 Paris time, November 11, 1918. Since then, Remembrance Day has been established asContinue reading “Remembrance day.”

Perfect day in my favorite park

I think this is the last warm days and fall is coming with confidence: picturesque and vibrant, peaceful, and cozy. All colors are there: green, yellow, red. We have more multicolored trees now and more leaves on the ground. I instantly feel the fall in the air. Autumn has a special smell: watermelon, fallen leaves,Continue reading “Perfect day in my favorite park”

A little drama.

I’m rebelling! I want to scream so loud! I’m upset!  Summer is gone. It just flew away almost undetected. It flew by so swiftly and today I realized that I am putting all my summer clothes away not even had a chance to wear them: dresses, sandals, t-shirts …. I put everything away until next summer notContinue reading “A little drama.”

My new home city: Winnipeg, Canada.

Winnipeg is my new home city.   It is not a very big city, but not small either. Lots of people don’t like Winnipeg. Some of them moved out with the first opportunity, but some of them continue to live here and complain. I don’t blame them. Unfortunately, Winnipeg is not a city where you wantContinue reading “My new home city: Winnipeg, Canada.”

The quarantine time and projects.

Life is wonderful, interesting, but absolutely unexpected. You never know what is waiting for you around the corner. I was in Tokyo in September and after … Boom… Pandemic. Covid-19 affected our lives, economy, travel, and lots of other industries. It feels like the entire world just freezes, and we are all stuck. Lots ofContinue reading “The quarantine time and projects.”