October 2017
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Inuvik Tourism Centre Artifacts

One of the first recommended spots to check out when arriving in Inuvik is their tourism centre. Not only do they provide you with a list of things to do/see in the town but they also have a large selection of artifacts to look at and books/videos to read/watch. Here are some of the things [...]

Nature in Whitehorse

One of the first things I noticed when I was in Whitehorse was the different plans that were native to the area. I often saw random plants and flowers growing on their own as opposed to in large groups like I’m used to. I became a little obsessed with trying to capture macro shots of [...]

Polish Bridal Shower

I went to a bridal shower for a friend last weekend, and it was my first Polish one. It was much more formal than the one I attended previously with about 70 people attending with a sit-down dinner in a hall. It was beautiful and a lot of fun, especially hearing special Polish songs and [...]

Hanami in High Park

Last year I remember feeling really sad when I found out that High Park has an informal festival when their cherry trees bloom, much like in Japan. Since I went to Japan in autumn I wasn’t able to experience hanami and after finding out that Toronto had its own version I was determined to attend [...]

Good Friday Gunjee

Hubster and I made the trek back to B-town a couple of days ago to spend Good Friday with my family. We ate our typical Good Friday meal, gunjee, which is boiled rice in water with yogurt, chutney and/or pickle. It is a typical meal that we eat for funerals so it is fitting that [...]