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Hiking The Crack Trail in Killarney

Hiking The Crack trail in Killarney was a different experience I had to endure. And I mean it in a good, satisfying way. It is the best hiking I’ve ever had in Ontario. Reaching the top was insane, but the views were worth the trouble. Every step you make will

Toronto Pride Parade 2022 Photos

Toronto Pride Parade 2022 was a blast! After two long years of hiatus due to COVID-19, Pride celebrations worldwide are back! What a wonderful time it is to be free again! Of course, the pandemic isn’t over yet, but I’m pretty sure most attendees were vaccinated. And if ever there

The Painted Ladies of Grimsby – Gingerbread Houses by the Beach

The Painted Ladies of Grimsby look like gingerbread houses out of your Christmas storybook. They are not only painted in vibrant colors but also extremely decorated on their exterior. The intricately handcrafted woodcarvings will surely catch your naked eyes. Strolling around the neighborhood feels like you are in a candy

4 Frozen Waterfalls in Hamilton That You Have to Visit

These 4 frozen waterfalls in Hamilton should be on your list to visit to enjoy or embrace winter in Canada. Hamilton is just less than an hour away from Toronto and it’s pretty accessible via Go Bus. However, from Hamilton to these frozen waterfalls you’ve got to hire a taxi

Do You Know What I Did Last Summer?

Do you know what I did last summer? It’s the best summer I’ve ever had and I don’t know if I could top that ever again. Here are the stats: 4 continents, 8 countries, 21 cities, 11 flights, some bottles of wines and sangrias, and a handful of people I’ve

Explain this to me: Floating Busker

Can someone explain this to me how a floating busker gets his ass up on the air? I was hypnotized and I wracked my brains out on how this thing happen. I’m sure this one doesn’t involve¬†magic or hypnotic evil spells, right? I’m beginning to think that his shadow (looks

Get Wet at Albion Falls

If you’re looking for a day trip outside Toronto, head out to Hamilton where the cascading Albion Falls is waiting for you to get wet. It’s an hour (or less if you take the HOV) drive and you won’t regret it. Bring an extra dry clothes for you to wear

Lavender Farm in Ontario

I went to my first lavender farm yesterday. It’s in Milton, less than an hour drive from Toronto. The direction going there is kinda complicated. We tried to google the address written on the website but it kept bringing us to an address in Boston, Massachusettes. So, we called and

Photos: 2015 Toronto Pride Parade

Here are the photos of the 2015 Toronto Pride Parade. I wasn’t really motivated to finish the Pride because it got boring. I don’t like it when each group has more than 50 people marching and do nothing but walk. Not even cheering. It got drag. So, I decided to

The Underpass Park in Toronto

I finally able to visit the the Underpass Park in Toronto yesterday. I’ve read and heard about this before but was not really interested until a friend who had been there last weekend told me about it, like it’s the coolest thing in this city. There was a little party

Zombie Walk Toronto 2014 Parade Photos – Part 2

This is Part 2 of the Zombie Walk Toronto 2014 Parade Photos. You can find the Part 1 HERE. Enjoy the annual brain hunting of the [easyazon_link asin=”1451641575″ locale=”US” new_window=”yes” nofollow=”default” tag=”pridecostume-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”yes” popups=”yes”]zombies[/easyazon_link] below. Zombie Walk Toronto 2014 Parade Photos Related: Sexy Halloween Costumes for Sexy Men [easyazon_block

Zombie Walk Toronto 2014 Photos – Part 1

Both the living and the dead came to join the Zombie Walk Toronto 2014 Parade that started at Nathan Phillips Square in the city’s downtown. As usual, bloody and decaying zombies woke up to terrorize the shit out of the living parade watchers. Even the commuters sitting within the comfort of

Fall Colours in Crothers Woods

The fall colors in Crothers Woods in Toronto didn’t disappoint me. When the sun showed up after lunchtime today, a friend and I went for a hike for two hours there. Well, not exactly two hours of hiking; 45 minutes of that were spent in camwhoring. We were worried the

Fall Colours in Mono Cliffs

It’s that time of the year again when you fall in love with Canada—especially when you’re in close encounter with the fall colours in Mono Cliffs. There are many places in Ontario where you can drive by, hike or walk to admire fall foliage. Last weekend, a friend brought me

Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014-Walk Among The Worlds

Here are some of the photos of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014-Walk Among The Worlds installation. We didn’t really explore so many art installations last night, except the ones along Spadina Road and nearby streets/alleys. We started at almost midnight and was back home around 5:30 in the morning. Going inside

Stargazing at TIFF 2014

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF 2014) is here once again. The stars from Hollywood town descend to Toronto to party, promote and attend their movie premiers. And of course, it’s the time of the year when fans go super gaga over their favorite movie stars. TIFF 2014 runs from September
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