Checking in this time with some local adventures in Cabbagetown, Toronto. Beautiful neighbourhood. The occasion was rather really random; I was visiting my friend and she asked me to go downtown to Cabbagetown and take some pictures of the houses for her school project. Without any knowledge as to where we were headed, one minute we were driving through the tiny, crowded, loud and dirty streets of downtown Toronto and the next minute we are parking the car in this peaceful, quiet, full of trees and nature and very clean street in front of the line of beautiful Victorian houses. What?
I felt like we hit the jackpot with our timing, in regards to the time and date. Beautiful October moments were all around, especially that pre-Halloween spirit that I adore so very much. The houses all decorated and in spirit, the kids running around in their sock playing, people walking the cutest dogs alive, others having drinks on their porches and the Sun preparing to set. A magical afternoon. I have never thought Toronto would actually grow on me, but thanks to Cabbagetown, here I am, admiring it. It’s got that ancient European-immigrnats on American continent vibe and style to it, or Victorian-era houses, I love it. We strolled around the streets, took a lot of pictures, kept on being in shock and in love with each corner, stumbled upon a local farm and its cows casually chilling in the mids of Toronto downtown and ended the evening with good old Tim Horton’s Ice Capp. Can’t get more Canadian.
That’s all for now. Talk to you soon. Feel free to leave me comments and positive vibes. Stay tuned for more escapades, you never know where I might end up next.
And remember- venture to adventure,