Soon Toronto and I will be celebrating our 1-year anniversary together (can you believe it). We have weathered all the seasons and survived the so called dreaded winter. And we can now finally say we are settled, found our feet, rhythm and routine. I feel like I have found my other half, this city just gets me and when it comes time to pack up and say goodbye (and that time will come) I already know it will be a very hard breakup. As I am deeply in love with Toronto.
Over the last few months, I have witnessed the subtle toll that a life of blogging has taken on my wife. And I tell you, dear readers. It’s concerning. If you want to know what happens to a travel blogger when they are not travelling. Read on…
A collection of previously untold travel tales compiled by dear husband and I. Those small moments that you never forget, those lingering memories and those embarrassing travel tales – all in approximately 120 words (or less)
“The best portion of your life will be the small, nameless moments you spend smiling with someone who matters to you”
No one loves the packing part of vacations, sorting out visa paperwork and ensuring you remembered to pack everything whilst still falling within the strict luggage restrictions. These are the things that suck all the joy and excitement out of travelling. Over my years of travel and moving country, I have learnt a few travel hacks and picked up a few tips and tricks that can help make travelling and packing infinitely easier.
Another city exists below Toronto’s downtown core – the PATH.
The Toronto PATH is a 30-kilometre underground walkway system that connects more than 1200 shops and services, nine subway stations, 50 office towers, twenty parking garages, two major department stores, eight leading hotels, a railway terminal as well as the city’s main tourist attractions and entertainment arenas. In fact, the Toronto PATH holds the record for being the largest underground shopping complex in the world!