What would Spain be like without music? Without the sounds of gorgeous flamenco wafting out of every open window, without sad folk songs to guide people through the complicated history of the country, or without sitting around a carmen every night in Granada with a... read more
If I had to pick a word to sum up my last month, it would be “reflection.” I moved out of Toronto and spent three weeks with my family in Saskatchewan. I reflected on six-and-a-half years spent in Canada’s largest city. I left my family to work at a... read more
In Spain, when Semana Santa is mentioned, it is rare that it is preceded by the phrase “stumbling upon.” I decided to go to Sevilla on, more or less, a whim. I had (somewhat unexpectedly) cut my volunteering time at a Granada hostel down from six weeks to... read more
I was eight years old the first time I clued into the fact that there was a famous person named Pablo Picasso. The year was 1999, the movie 10 Things I Hate About You had just come out, and my older cousin was sitting on my living room couch watching it as she babysat... read more
Before I arrived in Granada, everything I knew about the city I learned from Pinterest and Lonely Planet. Needless to say I didn’t have a very thorough overview. So when I arrived in Granada in the early afternoon of March 26th, I had my eyes open wide and my... read more
Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia Basilica (Under Construction, like always) Gaudi’s Casa Mila February, 2009 “A camera is a save button for the mind’s eye” – Roger... read more
Hey there, I'm Taylor!
I'm a traveller in a leather jacket with a deep love of all things rock n' roll. Although I have absolutely zero actual musical ability whatsoever, my ultimate passion is travelling the world with music as my compass, exploring all those points of musical relevance as I go. Let's geek out together!