In Episode 36 of #LindorkDoesLife – I share 10 Things You Can Do in Jasper National Park, Alberta—the biggest national park in the Canadian Rockies! Note: some of my visits to Jasper over the years have been hosted and / or part of partnerships (work trips!) with Tourism Jasper.
Tune into my weekly YouTube video blog Lindork Does Life! In Ep. 35, I am joined by my niece and nephew as we visit Calabash Cafe, the BTS Cafe in Edmonton! (also a great cafe if you aren’t a BTS fan lol).
Tune into my weekly YouTube video blog Lindork Does Life! In Ep. 33, I take you into Mike’s birthday party at a Korean Karaoke Bar! It’s definitely something you should try if you’ve never done it. And as we prove—you don’t have to be a good singer to have fun LOL.
Tune into my weekly YouTube video blog Lindork Does Life! In Ep. 32, I take you with me to Las Vegas as BTS—my favourite musicians—take over the strip with four sold-out stadium concerts and a bunch of pop-up events and activities!
Tune into my weekly YouTube video blog Lindork Does Life! In Ep. 31, I take you into Area15 located just off the Las Vegas strip—and share things to do at this immersive, entertainment and arts district.
Tune into my weekly YouTube video blog Lindork Does Life! In Ep. 27, I cook Vietnamese food with my mom!!! This will be the first of hopefully many different cooking videos I do with mom. In this episode, we make Thịt ram (caramelized pork belly) and Canh sườn khoai tây cà rốt (pork rib, potato and carrot soup).
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This blog is based in Treaty 6 Territory, traditional and ancestral lands of many First Nations and Métis in Alberta. I’m a settler who lives, works, and plays in the Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) area on Turtle Island (Canada). I’m committed to reconciliation. uplifting and supporting Indigenous communities and one way I do that is by highlighting Indigenous-owned artists, business owners, makers, events, and other experiences here on this blog and on social media.