A couple months back I was in Toronto for a quick weekend trip and it was timed perfectly with the delivery of my new camera. I spent the trip getting to know my camera (Canon RP) a bit better and because it was so light and portable I ended up bringing it everywhere I went. And of course, while in Toronto, all I do is eat so I have a plethora of food photos to share with you!
My relatives in Toronto are always scoping out the best places in the Markham area and they never fail to deliver on wonderful Asian cuisine. I love that in Toronto you are able to find many different regions of chinese food. When I was younger, Chinese food was just Chinese food, I didn’t have this notion that different regions within China had their own cuisine and unique styles. Toronto has definitely opened up my taste-buds but I could only imagine the amount of different tastes I could experience if I were to visit China!
Read on formy Food Diary of my weekend Toronto trip!
This isn’t quite fashion related but I would think it would fall into the categories of lifestyle and travelling; even though I didn’t exactly jet off to some exotic country that required an 8 hour plane ride. Its just nice to get out of the city from time to time, goofing off and spending time with people without having cyberspace being the middle man. A gorgeous summer day shouldn’t be spent indoors; here a few of my personal favorite summer activities that don’t require heading to Bali. But if you’re already on your way to Bali…take me with you?
Picnic in the park
Outdoor music festivals
Side note: I’m loving how film turns out! Who needs an Instagram filter?!
Stuffed is the first word that comes to mind if you ask me how I’m doing. After chowing down on multiple sliders at Burger Week, I don’t think I can eat another burger for a while. Burger Week is an event in Toronto that allows you to try multiple burgers from 70+ restaurants over the course of the week at a discounted price, ending with the last day which is help in a location where all the restaurants come out and feed hungry crowds with their sliders. It was delicious! Granted I could of done without the rolling showers, the food made up for the muddy feet and sodden clothing. Which one was my favourite you ask? I don’t think I could tell you, but anything with bacon was a winner to me!
Among all the holiday madness of Christmas shopping I saw these window displays at the Bay downtown Toronto. They were beautifully handcrafted puppets with seasons from a Christmas Tale. It reminded me of my childhood when we could watch the Nutcracker and read Christmas Stories 🙂 I know Christmas has passed, but I couldn’t resist sharing these photos!