Tiffany Falls

Our next falls was Tiffany! It was about a 15-min from Albion and it had way less people – about 2/10ths of Albion – which was good because it wasn’t as crowded. Parking: $2/hour Hike difficulty: Easy The hike to the falls was easy and took around 5 mins as most of it was flat … More Tiffany Falls

Albion Falls

For the Labour Day weekend last year, my friends and I planned a waterfall hopping day trip to the waterfall capital of the world, Hamilton! There are 100+ waterfalls in Hamilton but we chose 4 of the main ones to visit in our day, taking into consideration driving time and stops. Here was our schedule … More Albion Falls

Outshine the disco lights with your dancing shoes…

The museum is a nice place to visit when the weather’s gloomy and you have nowhere to go. On one rainy Saturday last November, that’s what I did! The Bata Shoe Museum is located in the downtown core, one block west of the Royal Ontario Museum actually. I’ve never visited the shoe museum before so … More Outshine the disco lights with your dancing shoes…

Light Fest

A few weeks ago, my friends and I stopped by TO Light Festival which takes place (until March 12!) at the Distillery District! It’s an event which showcases various light exhibitions through and around the Distillery. We got there around 5 which was kind of early as the sun hadn’t set, and the lights weren’t … More Light Fest

Frozen in Time

With temperatures below zero and fluffy snow on the ground, you could well make a snowman…or perhaps an ice sculpture! Back in 2015 I went to Icefest, a yearly ice sculpture festival held at Bloor-Yorkville in Toronto. It features many beautiful and intricate ice sculptures catered to the theme. The theme then was “Frozen in … More Frozen in Time