Fall in Toronto is super colourful. The leaves turn vibrant reds and yellows and start to fall off the trees. The temperature drops 10 degrees as if on cue. Soon the city will take the flowers hanging in pots from the lamps and replace them with fairy lights.
A few weeks ago Toronto hosted Nuit Blanche, (which means “white night” in French), a city wide art exhibition which originated in Paris. Entire city blocks were closed off to vehicles from 8pm til dawn, to transform the city into an art exhibition, and it seemed like the whole city was out to enjoy it. […]
KRAN Anyone who knows me well, knows what a big part of my life Arnold has taken up. I idolise the man and have done so since the very first time I saw him in a movie, Commando (classic movie) when I was about 8 years old. As an 8 year old, he was just […]
Fall has arrived in Toronto, and it is lovely. The leaves have started to turn gold and then red. There’s an anticipation in the air for Thanksgiving and Halloween. And right on cue, the weather has dropped about 10 degrees and we’ve had to pull out jumpers and jackets which haven’t seen the light of […]
TIFF is a lot of things. Its electric, buzzy, fun, exciting and really brings the city to life like we haven’t seen before. But most of all it’s a LOT of waiting around. For us that waiting around totals about seven hours. That includes waiting in a virtual waiting room to buy tickets online, waiting […]
Canadians and Americans take their barbecuing seriously. What we call barbecue in Australia (snags and chops on the grill), these guys call “grilling”. “Barbecue” is low and slow and takes hours and hours. It is an art form and there are people who live off barbecue competition money. Our first real taste of proper barbecue […]