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... the noise of the engine.
As soon as you leave the harbour, Toronto's full skyline opens up and in no time you arrive at the green oasis that is Toronto Island Park - perfect!
The park is made up of a collection of numerous islands and inlets joined together by quaint bridges.
We walked as far as we could until we reached ...
Today I took off into Canada! A somewhat special trip as it is at the invitation of the National Tourist Office in Canada. The 1 and 2 June, Toronto hosts the TBEX (Travel Blog Exchange) 2013, a high mass of 2.0 journey that meets twice a year, hundreds of bloggers around the world, the tourism sector representatives, communication agencies ... Two days of conferences and debates on the blogging journey that is becoming a real job in itself. On the ...
... I looked up the US cups to grams conversion but it just doesn't seem right). After a bit of breakfast, we headed into Toronto for our now standard 1 day whirlwind city tour.
Armed with plenty of useful tips and advice from Janne and Gary, we headed for St Lawrence Market. This was by far the biggest and best market we had visited so far on the trip. It is a huge place split over two floors. With numerous fruit and veg stores as well as meat and ...
... that certainly explains why it is quite expensive to buy!
We were guided by a lady who had worked at the centre for 20 years. She was passionate and very knowledgeable and after an introduction that included the history of the syrup we went outside and followed a trail where various stations had been set up to show the evolution of syrup production from the indigenous people thru to the first settlers and to recent times. ...
... on Jet Airways at 6:30 tonight. So we will spend the day just relaxing at the Sheraton, and counting how many things we forgot to pack. So far, I have 3 and Cindy has 1. :) Stay tuned for more news tomorrow. Here is some info about India, as provided by Anna.
CAPITAL: New Delhi.
LANGUAGE: Although English is generally used for official and business purposes, Hindi is the official language and is spoken by about 30 percent of ...