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Review: King’s Noodle Restaurant

Review: King’s Noodle Restaurant

Trying a new Chinese restaurant in Chinatown is one of the most overwhelming tasks I can think of undertaking. There are just so many choices, ranging from overpriced and overfilled, greasy and sweaty tasting, and really horrible service. King’s Noodle restaurant, however, isn’t one of these. Given the name of the restaurant, it’s pretty obvious […]

Review: Fish Street Market & Open Kitchen

Review: Fish Street Market & Open Kitchen

Let me start by thanking former chef of Five Doors North, Anthony D’Ambrosio, for bringing the joy of seafood one step closer to my door. Located at 2584 Yonge Street is Fish Street Market & Open Kitchen; truly one of a kind.  If you’re looking for fresh fish, fish tacos, seafood salads, or even a […]

Review: The Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc

Review: The Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc

Once again I would like to write about one of my biggest passions, food.  Specifically, in this case, the best restaurant for Moroccan food I’ve tried – The Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc. The restaurant is located on one of the most emblematic streets of downtown Toronto, Front street – a street known for accommodating […]

Review: The Dumpling House

Review: The Dumpling House

It was one of those Saturday mornings; the ones when you wake up early, have a light breakfast, and you’re out the door, off to explore your local metropolis. On that particular Saturday I had Kensington Market on my list of things to see in downtown Toronto.  As a result of being abroad for a good […]

Celebrity Sightings at TIFF 2014

Celebrity Sightings at TIFF 2014

This year’s TIFF promised to be a bigger festival than last year’s. With celebrities like Al Pacino, Denzel Washington, Jennifer Aniston, and Robert Downey Jr. parading down the red carpet, fans were out in full force trying to catch a glimpse of their beloved famous trouper . Earlier this week after leaving a presentation of […]

TIFF 2014: Sand Dollars

TIFF 2014: Sand Dollars

Las Terrenas is a town in the Samaná province of the Dominican Republic. It is internationally renowned for its high rate of tourism, its white sandy beaches and pristine waters. A large number of its frequent visitors are Spanish, Italian, French and German, and it’s from this picturesque town where Sand Dollars (Original Spanish title: […]

Review: Auberge du Pommier

Review: Auberge du Pommier

Just a few days before leaving Toronto en route to Colombia, my wife and I visited Auberge du Pommier as an intimate farewell dinner. Living in Hogg’s Hollow we often passed this enchanting restaurant, promising ourselves that we would soon make reservations and try it out.  Well, almost a year and a half had passed by […]

There’s Nothing Like Australia

There’s Nothing Like Australia

Braving the bitter temperature for a taste of Australia I got ready and left my apartment last Thursday evening.  The event was scheduled to start at 5:30pm and at 6pm I emerged from the subway to take the streetcar to 2nd Floor Events at 461 King St. W.  On that particular night Toronto had a […]

Ziplining at Treetop Eco Adventure Park

Ziplining at Treetop Eco Adventure Park

You may recall that lately I have worked really hard at facing my fears, one of them being my fear of heights.  Well, a couple of weeks ago I got another chance to face my fear of heights by zip lining at Treetop Eco Adventure Park. Treetop Eco Adventure Park is a private 130 acre […]

Touring the Distillery District on a Segway

Touring the Distillery District on a Segway

I step on it as if it was a podium.  I lean forward and it starts moving. I lean back a bit and it slows downs and stops, much like a model train.  This was my first time on a Segway and it was a fun and exhilarating way of seeing the Historic Distillery District. We met […]

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INTERVIEWS

Interview with an Addict: Chronicles of a Travel Addict

This month’s featured interview is with one of my favourite writers, Cristina Luisa from The Chronicles of a Travel Addict.  Her writing and travel experiences are not only informative but most importantly, inspiring and motivational.  The first time I read one of her personal stories she grabbed my attention with a question we should all […]

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