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This was my very first time staying in an Airbnb! Ken found this Airbnb online and booked it for the weekend we were in Ottawa for the ice dragon boat festival. Up until now I’ve mostly stayed in hotels when … Continue reading
Butter Baker, the new pastry bakery featuring French confectionery cooking from the minds of Butter Avenue, is set to have their Grand Opening this Friday, November 24, 2017 at their shop at 120 Dundas Street (near Dundas Square)! Their intersection … Continue reading
I found it! I found a photo that matches exactly with this week’s photo challenge samples! XD This photo was taken at the Hokkaidō Shrine in Sapporo, Hokkaido when I was travelling there in October last year (see blog post about … Continue reading
For noontime lunch on a Friday, we headed to another one of Jennifer’s recommendations: Butao. It’s a Japanese ramen restaurant that has chains located all around Hong Kong. I knew it was a ramen shop but other than that, didn’t … Continue reading
After a chilly and spooky night out at Canada Wonderland’s Halloween Haunt, we headed to 100 Degrees Hot Pot Restaurant for the perfect time to warm up and refuel over hot pot. Hot pot is a do-it-yourself cuisine where you … Continue reading
Ha! When I saw the theme for this week’s photo challenge, I knew right away which photo to feature. For all of my past photo challenge pictures (except one — pun intended), I’ve been using pictures that are old — anywhere … Continue reading
The first time I went to Yang’s Kitchen for all-you-can-eat sushi was for Justin’s farewell dinner several years ago when he was leaving Toronto to go to Asia. I’ve always had a fond memory of the food we had there … Continue reading