Hi, I’m Audrey.
Adventurer. Nature lover. Inner peace seeker. Foodie. Fashionista. Enthusiastic learner. Oscar-nominated drama queen. Explorer. Blogger. Marketer.
I have visited 12 countries so far, it’s not much but not stopping anytime soon. It’s just the beginning! I am a Bengali born, getting a Canadian Marketing degree from Seneca College. Toronto based thrill seeker, adventure traveler, photographer, and writer.
Currently, I am exploring what my own backyard has to offer. Canada has sparkling cityscapes and lavish emerald tree lines and it’s sad how some of the most striking destinations don’t get any recognition. I search for places that have a major visual drive with a unique attraction for you all to travel.
So join me as I explore the beauties of Canada and visit the places that are yet to be discovered by me at home.
Q & A
What’s my biggest adventure to date?
Spending a weekend on a middle of a frozen lake through a blizzard.
Which country is my favorite?
Thailand. I love everything about it. The food, the language, people, architecture, malls, music, beaches everything.
Who’s behind all these stunning photos and videos?
I can take credit for costumes, directing of my travel photos and videos, but the person behind the camera is my partner Shams, who is a director and photographer himself. Go show some love and give his remarkable Instagram a follow.
How has traveling influenced my life?
Everything good about me, I owe to traveling. I am more mature, relaxed, open-minded and kinder because I got to experience the beauty of this world.
What do you think about blogging for a beginner?
Blogging can get difficult and you can get disheartened. Especially when you’re working hard and still not growing fast. The key is to continue to post good and innovative content on a daily basis. Utilizing social media could be extremely beneficial to bloggers.Get on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and Tumbler- using these channels and creating worthy content will do the job.
Eat, Sleep, Travel, Repeat!
The prettiest beach I’ve been to?
Patong beach in Thailand.
Most Influential Books of My Last Decade
The Gifts of Imperfections by Brene Brown
Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini
The Artists Way by Julia Cameron
Love Story Erich Segal
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
Eat, Pray, Love by Liz Gilbert