Tobermory is a small community located at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula in Northern Ontario. It’s also known as the “Fresh Water Scuba Diving Capital of the World” because of the numerous shipwrecks that lie in the clear blue … Continue reading
My city of London hosted the World Figure Skating Championships this month! As this was the biggest event our city has ever hosted, the following video was prepared for our visitors from all over the world. Watch this clip to see the highlights and unique attributes of my city :)
Several wipe outs and bruises later, I would call my ski filled weekend a success. A complete workout from head to toe, I am feeling sore from lots of muscles worked and also from falls into logs and tree branches. … Continue reading
The Muskokas are located in Northern Ontario, referred to as “cottage country.” This region is a very scenic area, sprinkled with picturesque villages and towns, farming communities, golf courses, marinas, with around 1,600 lakes. I visited this area in the … Continue reading
From the smelling, the swirling, and the tasting, all of you who enjoy the experience of wine will be amazed by Niagara-on-the-Lake. A spectacular oasis for wine lovers, it is an absolutely beautiful town filled with vineyards upon vineyards. It … Continue reading
London, Ontario! London is a city situated in the Western part of Ontario, Canada with a population of about 430,000 people. The city is situated half way between Toronto and Detroit. Here are a few things about the town of which I was born, raised, and currently living:
And that’s my town in a nutshell! In case you were wondering. The tinier London of the London’s. It is a pretty city as you can see, but gets really cold in the winter. Today’s snowy day for example, we are sitting at – 25 degrees Celsius as I cradle my second cup of hot coco.