February 24, 2015 § Leave a comment
Bordeaux, France, taken on January 10, 2013
I’ve never been a fan of rain, but having lived in Bordeaux means that I’ve experienced a lot of it. Bordeaux is an elegant lady that loves to cry a little too much sometimes. Even so, when she glistens in her tears, so is still beautiful, especially during the lonely night. (See the original photo in colour.)
October 11, 2014 § Leave a comment
One of my favourite random activities that I used to do during my undergrad at Waterloo was walking on railroads. Not in between the rails, but on the actual rails themselves. I liked to try to balance myself as I walked forward, and often I would fall to the side and had to start over. Today I went back to Waterloo for a visit and drop by Waterloo Park for a walk. At the railroads I revisited those undergrad memories and walked a little down the tracks, tipping left and right as I went.
August 5, 2013 § Leave a comment
Missing the tram just as I get to the station on a Sunday means a 12-minute wait for the next ride, so I decided to walk a station or two. It wasn’t scorching hot like last week, and the 26 degrees Celsius weather was perfect for a short stroll. From Doyen Brus, I walked on the tram tracks slowly to François Bordes with 8 minutes to spare, so it made sense to go to the next station, Arts et Metiers.