CBBH Photo challenge: same subject, different
Here’s my interpretation of this month’s challenge posed by East of Malaga blog. I chose to show how two...
CBBH Photo Challenge: Blue
This month´s CBBH Photo Challenge is the colour blue. On her post, Marianne writes that “Over the ages blue has...
Style face-off: Toronto vs. Dallas
A tongue-in-cheek side-by-side comparison of style in two great cities. Have fun! TORONTO DALLAS Makeup Very little, au...
High Tea at the Windsor Arms Hotel
I’ve been meaning to take high tea here in Toronto but never got round to it until today. Here I was, already bored...
Views of Toronto
Dundas Square on a summer day St. James’ Cathedral The Flatiron Building Toronto’s skyline seen from Casa...
If you’re in… Toronto
Make use of the public transport network, which is very good. The Subway, trolleys and buses take you everywhere. Cash...
Toronto’s iconic street food: hot dogs
I thought I’d join the lunchtime crowd at Nathan Phillips Square (in front of  the City Hall) on a busy weekday....
Cabbagetown
Cabbagetown got its funny name from the Irish immigrants who settled in the area and used to grow vegetables in their...
Photo essay: Kensington Market (Toronto)
Kensington Market is a vibrant area, said to be among the best street markets in North America. I loved ambling along,...
Back in Toronto
I’m back in Toronto, just for a few days this time. On Monday, my sister-in-law Diane helped me find out which...