If there’s one thing Breakbot can do, it’s bring about those positive vibes. His song selection, timing, and creativity in this mix is giving me life. Hope the disco and funk waves flow through you too. Continue reading Another Mixtape by Breakbot
Technology. What even is it? A more advanced way to bring us information? A more sophisticated way to stay in touch with others? A better method of shopping? Whatever it is to you, well, hopefully it’s on the same wavelength … Continue reading I’ve Been Dabbling with Technology
Toronto’s bubble tea culture is as bumping as ever, and when I was surprisingly taken to the Toronto Bubble Tea Festival, hosted by Gorilla Management, I was way too stoked. With things like Taste of Danforth, Kensington Krawl, Taco Fest, … Continue reading Reviewing Toronto’s Bubble Tea Festival 2018
Technology is one of my biggest passions. I’ve always wanted to have a technology YouTube channel but never got around to really getting it going. Well in my latest vlog, I tap into that passion and unbox the 2018 iPad … Continue reading Unboxing the 2018 iPad 9.7″
The great thing about Toronto, well Ontario in general, is that there’s a good mixture of city life and nature life. One of those great spots just one hour away from Toronto is Dundas Peak, located in the Spencer Gorge … Continue reading You’ll Never Believe this view is just 1-hour away from Toronto!
Day three, and the final day of my Washington D.C. trip, was a short one. With a flight at 4:25pm, and a journey of about 45 minutes to the IAD airport, time was definitely limited. Though it was spent well. I ended up starting the day with breakfast from a cute little breakfast place called Ollie’s Trolley, which is packed full of sweet antiques, such as the coke setup above. Cheap food, cool looks, and good vibes – Ollie’s Trolley is worth a stopover. Oh, and I also got to try Pret a Manger coffee… We don’t have this in … Continue reading A Torontonian in Washington pt 3
The second day in Washington was probably my favourite as it was the most informative and enlightening day. I visited all the big memorials by way of bike… Abraham Lincoln’s memorial is probably the most iconic of the past presidents and the number of people showed it. It’s still really interesting to see the statue up-close after seeing it countless times in movies and TV shows. Biking along the Tidal Basin was indeed a treat. However, I stumbled countless times thinking I’d bike into the water or crash into someone else walking along the path. Check out one of my … Continue reading A Torontonian in Washington pt 2