Tagged: Toronto

Discover Toronto on a Train Ride from the Airport

Visiting Toronto for the first time? Take this train from the airport to get yourself oriented to the city!

When Toronto celebrates all night…

Waking up at 3:30 am on a cool Sunday morning, I got my camera ready and pedaled away on my bicycle.

Year 2011 in review

This year I travelled to two new countries: Mexico and Ecuador. Besides that, I got a full time job, a house and things like that.

Taking time off for travelling will certainly become increasingly difficult, but I will make it happen anyway since travelling is the best way to spend money, don’t you agree?

A tale of two thermometers

Toronto’s extreme temperature swings “I thought Canada was covered in snow all year,” my friend joked when I told him about the sweltering heat in Toronto last month. This area of North America was hit by a blistering heat wave that saw temperatures soaring to 40ºC on July 21, 2011. With high humidity and ultra-violet […]

Year 2008 in review

Annual reviews: Year 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 Fantastic year of travel: Bhutan, Israel, Peru, Russia, USA I finished my one-year internship and returned back to classes this year. However, that also helped me save up some […]

Toronto Biking

April 28, 2007 3 of us went on a long [tag]biking[/tag] trip spanning about 46km. We started from York University, went west from Steeles Av. until we hit the [tag]Humber[/tag] river tributary after Islington Av. From there was a fun ride south along the river, thru the forests and parks, right upto [tag]Lake Ontario[/tag]. We […]

Toronto Islands – I

[tag]Toronto[/tag] city is situated on the bank of Lake Ontario. To the south of the city is a chain of small islands, called [tag]Toronto Islands[/tag]. The islands are a popular tourist destination. Barely two kilometers away from noisy and crowded downtown, this place is ideal for a quick escape and some solitude. Tourist cruise ship […]

African Safari

I went with some friends to the African lion safari, some 100 km south-west of Toronto. It was a nice place to go, especially if you have kids and they haven’t seen animals. All the wildlife is out in the open, while the visitors are en-caged in their cars or the Safari buses. Since we […]