Toronto in The Great White North has been our “base of operations” since we were married there in 2009. Every time we return the city, it has (or we have) changed a little.
Canada is known for being: the second-largest nation on earth, very cold, the best maker of maple syrup, very polite and multicultural. What we like is going around The Greater Toronto Area to see a bit of Canada’s thrilling and vast landscape. We’re particularly fond of camping / cottaging on Georgian Bay and hiking parts of The Bruce Trail.
This is a personal blog about living our life in Canada (when we’re not working abroad).
Trying to put together a top three about Toronto, I realized there was actually a top four of why I like the city so much.
It’s been two years since 2011, when Renaldo Jo and I completed two 100-km walks in one summer. We need to find a route to train.
Picking up the gang, we headed down to Hamilton and the waterfall-rich Spencer Gorge / Webster’s Falls Conservation Area. Waterfalls were seen and many clothes soaked.
It is 8 o’clock in the morning and I broke my promise to watch the sun rise over the lake. I should have known; my favourite time of the morning […]
This blog post covers the first couple of months in 2011 – Marlowe and I were busy with working our butts off and enjoying parties and movies.
This year started great with a new job and a new study while we returned freshly energized from Europe. Of course I continue with cooking, volunteering and photography.
My mood has improved considerably with the arrival of spring; there was finally work, sun, Ernestine’s Affair, and outdoor activities.
A walk by Marlowe from 2010. He walked 47 km from David Drive Newmarket to his usual spot at 1 Yonge Street. Read for the breakdown of the walk and photos.
2010 had a mild winter and a lovely start of spring. This seems to be symbolic to my journey as job seeker – I started new beginnings and one route ended.
Wishing you all the best for the new year while I revisit the past few months of 2009, wondering at the same time what the fall may bring me a […]