My time in Toronto flew right by — but is that any surprise in this city whose default pace is warped speed?! Some quick highlights:
My sister’s convocation! (aww, doesn’t she look cute?!) The whole family gushed with pride as she walked across the stage and got “hooded.” It was fun being my sister’s official photographer because her fancy schmancy digital SLR made me feel like such a pro.
Great cuisine …food is always a highlight of my travels! Ironically I ate and enjoyed every ray of the Asian rainbow: Japanese (yay for Toronto’s sushi pizza, but the best Japanese still resides in Vancouver), Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Thai. Managed to convince mom to break out of the mould and had Greek. And got my fix of ice cream (Demettre’s, Greg’s roasted marshmallow flavour and I got to try those new dippin’ dots ice cream — feels just like sticking your tongue on a frozen metal pole, which is why I’m grimacing as I eat them!).
Family time… It was good to spend time with my family, and even better that we were able to be there and help my sister find an apartment. After checking out a few places (including a shoebox size condo on the waterfront for $1000/month), we found Flo a great little apartment on the main subway line. She thanked me for my help and goodwill, but I must admit I benefit from the apartment too as it’ll be my accommodations for future visits 🙂
Now it’s back to life in Vancouver… gotta take a deep breath before I dive in again! Let’s hope I don’t sink…