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... The hosts, Ali and Sid, are wonderful people and phenomenal teachers! It also doesn't hurt that we will be baking,making ice cream, tempering chocolate and making pastry for a week. Oh well, so much for the diet.........I think that is going to be the theme of this ...
... The Hawthornes were smashing the Sydney team. Eventually, my housemates and I gave up any hope of it actually ending, and headed to Maccy Ds-happy meal it was indeed.
On Saturday, I worked with the Varsity Christian Fellowship to make sandwiches for the homeless. In all honesty, part of me was dreading it. I’m ashamed to say I believed the stereotypes of angry drunks ranting in my face. To the contrary, I met some lovely individuals ...
... has suggested we come visit him at his work to see the views from his office. He works in the BMO building and is one of the highest buildings in the city. We meet up and we are taken to the client floor and there are impressive views of the city and the harbour. Again from the top, it is evident that Toronto is in a growth phase at the moment. There would have been a lot of cool pic opportunities at street level if it weren't for the scaffolding around ...
... before. In the afternoon I rode my bike (whilst catching the ferry) to the Toronto Islands. A group of islands in Lake Ontario with some beaches and things. I rode around, laid in the sun a bit and then went back on the ferry. Was nice. Lots of families and people relaxing having BBQs. Could place to spend a Sunday afternoon with some beers. That night I had dinner to the Kensington Market and had beers. Ended up in Korea Town eating a second dinner at 1am - ...
... are the size of Central or Golden Gate Parks, while many "parkettes" (truly, that's what their signs say) are only lot-sized.