Happy Friday, expat spouse! Time for our weekly round-up of articles I’ve found on the internet. Have a great weekend and I’ll see you on Monday.
Overexposure of Canadian national parks
In today’s modern digital world it’s never been easier to geotag your photos and share them with the internet. But does that mean you should? With landscape photography increasing in popularity on instagram Parks Canada would like you to reconsider posting your exact location. (CBC News)
The history of British fish & chips & vinegar
Have you ever been to London? I’ve been lucky to go several times during our time as expats. In my opinion, you can’t leave without at least one meal of fish, chips and tartar sauce. But have you ever wondered how it became a staple of the British food culture? In 3 minutes this adorable video produced by BBC explains the colourful history of the salty treat. (BBC News)
Time for a German Bucket List
Do you have a Bucket List? I don’t but I’ve decided to write one for myself. I’ve thought of narrowing the scope and focusing on Germany specific goals. However, I don’t know where to start! I’ve lived in this country for 18 months but there’s still so much to see and do. Luckily, the folks over at Let The Journey Begin recently published a Top 10 list full of great ideas. (Let The Journey Begin)