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Ishy’s Toronto Holiday

January 11, 2015

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As I sit here with what is reported as the last day of the deep freeze (for the time being anyways), I recollect what transpired for the last few weeks. I am so glad this cold set in this week just as my little sister left Toronto. I am not so sure she would give […]

Durham Cafe

October 25, 2014

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Tere is my oldest friend in Toronto, meeting her on my first year in Toronto. We used to go on constant road trips to explore to get to know Canada. Now years later and a week ago, we set on another road trip to Lindsay, Ontario. It was to go and check out the Crayola […]

Esquinas De Argento, El Almacen and Algonquin

October 6, 2014

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It has been awhile since I last wrote a post. I must confess that I hit fatigue with the schedule I was keeping. I must come out with it that with this blog I keep two demanding jobs. And just to take two weeks vacation, I had to ramp all the work and compensate before […]

Dexter’s Toronto Food Trips

March 25, 2014

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When family visits me in Toronto, my tours seem to always revolve around food. Continuing on with my favorite cousin’s food trippins’, Dexter and I have eaten non-stop since he arrived. LOL. He has visited me several times already so all conventional tourist spots are out of our list to visit. That is why most […]

Washington DC Food Trippin’ with Dexter

March 23, 2014

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I have more than once talked about my favorite cousin, Dexter.  He came back to Toronto once again this past week and we are having a whirlwind of food trips.  This time around we expanded our horizons and started last weekend with a very long drive to Washington DC.  Renting a van, my sister, her […]

On the Road for Antiques

October 11, 2013

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Since Thanksgiving weekend is the last long weekend before the chill sets in, I would want to share what I have been busy about for the past few months. I have been bitten by the antiquing bug lately and have been doing short trips away from Toronto to find gems of the past. I justify […]

The Old and New Things I Love About Algonquin Park

September 25, 2013

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This coming October would be three years of my blog.  In those three years I have often talked about my love of Algonquin Park.  No matter how busy I get or how complicated things would be, I always made a point of de-cluttering my calendar and my treks to Algonquin took precedence.  I have no […]

Chef Yan

March 27, 2013

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I found myself in Pickering last night.   My sister, Ayen, asked me to drive her there to do an errand. One thing I could never resist on doing while in Pickering was swing by Chef Yan’s Chinese Food.  I discovered this take-out Chinese joint years ago when I used to visit Pickering twice a […]

Algonquin 2012

September 24, 2012

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What has always been a start to my autumn was my trek towards Algonquin Park.  I don’t think I would ever get tired of seeing all the possible tones of red in such a wide expanse.  Each time I come near it, I feel like I am home.  For seven years now, my friends and […]

St. Jacob’s Market

May 21, 2012

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Starting out early Saturday morning, I was amazed about how I have forgotten the charm of the sleepiness of Toronto at that time of the morning.  It was a quick drive to pick up my friend Valerie.  We were on our way to St. Jacob’s Market at Kitchener and Waterloo.  About 12o kms away from […]