So many people complain about the hassle of travel. Dealing with airports and sitting for hours on an airplane can take the thrill out of travel … if you let it. But I love being on an airplane. I love the anticipation of takeoff and I always get a window seat because I love to gaze out the window at the topography of the land below. My last trip took me from Toronto to Los Angeles and in mere hours, I was transported from the snowy, wintry landscape of my hometown to the beautiful, beach shores of California. Here’s a photo log of my travels:
One of the first snowfalls of the winter in Toronto on the day I’m leaving. There’s been so little so snow this year and it really is pretty. I’m almost sad to be leaving. Almost.
Amazing views below as we approach Los Angeles. Look at those mountains. Incredible!
Does it get any better than dusk at the beach? No. No, I don’t think it does.
What’s a trip to LA without a stop at In N Out Burger? The LAX location is amazing for planespotting. And no, I didn’t eat both those burgers. I had help.
I don’t play but it’s so nice to sink your toes into the sand and watch a game of beach volleyball.
One of my favourite spots: Under the pier in Manhattan Beach.