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Visiting TOT The Cat Cafe — a first cat cafe experience! :)

Did you know that Toronto now has its very own cat cafe?  The idea has been touted around for several months, if not several years, and now thanks to the two co-owners who decided to take the idea into their own hands … Continue reading

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Petit Nuage at Market 707

This was my first time to Market 707.  It is a cluster of shipping containers in downtown Toronto near Bathurst and Dundas that are used as small shops.  I didn’t know something like this existed in Toronto because I found … Continue reading

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Signs Restaurant — a unique dining experience using ASL

Ever since I saw the promotional video for one of Toronto’s newest restaurants called Signs, I knew I wanted to try it out.  It’s the only restaurant in Toronto where all of the servers are deaf and use American sign … Continue reading

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Riding a Segway around the Distillery District!!

The first time I saw a Segway in person was last summer when I was in Nashville.  Cynthia and I were heading to the Grand Ole Opry and passing through the Opry Mills mall when I noticed a “mall cop” on … Continue reading

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CNE 2013 — Crazy food edition

Last night I attended the Canadian National Exhibition, CNE for short, with 4 other friends in search for the weirdest and wackiest food creations. CNE is an annual end-of-summer fair that is half carnival and half food fest. Actually, it’s … Continue reading

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