Autumn in Dufferin Islands (Niagara Falls, ON)

Leaves, leaves, leaves and more leaves. Yellow, red, orange, brown, green... Astonishing. This is the first picture my eyes caught, after stepping my Dr. Martins onto concrete, exiting the car. I must admit, this little place became somewhat my go-to here in Niagara Falls. No matter the season, but especially during this magical, fantastical autumn …

Strolling down the Cabbagetown, Toronto

Hi world, 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, …

October in Montréal | a-bite-of-Europe | Rewind

I leave on Sunday morning, after a night out, drinking vodka and energy drink and having 3 hours of sleep. My ticket was pre-booked, there's no changing anything. I'm on a budget here. Get up, brush your teeth, wash your face, put on some clothes and get to the Bay Bus Station, downtown Toronto. My …

Toronto Diaries: vol. 1 chaos on the streets

I was surprised at first when they told me Toronto is considered to be, sort of , a Canadian "mini" version of New York. I mean, I've never been to New York, but I am pretty sure it is more chaos than the word itself. However, after spending many minutes, hours, days, weeks in this …

Coexisting with the mighty Niagara Falls

It's been almost three years since I've stepped my, size 7, feet onto the streets of Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada. My mind wants to claim it as my second home, but my heart is still inexplicit about that idea. It's hard being a nomad, let me tell you that. If you add, on top of nomadic lifestyle, a long …