When I was a kid, I used to love postcards. I’d ask anyone who was going away to either send me one or bring one home. Then I used to send them home myself when travelling. While today there are plenty of places that sell them, I wonder, does anyone send postcards anymore?
Kensington Market, one of Toronto’s most unique neighbourhoods, is definitely a popular stop for locals and tourists alike. There are many different neighbourhoods, both official and unofficial, in the city, but none of them reflects the local diversity like this one. Here, you can experience the world in one place with goods from Europe, the Caribbean, the Middle East, South America and Asia.
As Canada’s second largest city, Montreal is a thriving place with plenty of things to see and do. The city offers a unique European flavour, laid back attitude and an interesting blend of English and French …
Can you believe it’s practically July? The days of never ending winter are a thing of the past and summer is in full swing here in Toronto. So what have I been up to? Let’s find out.