If you’ve made it this far in the story, you know I live in Toronto. Switching from the past to the present, because I’ve been in Delhi the past 3 months and Instagram friends are curious if I’ve moved back.
4 hours in Ottawa Downtown, spent eating, drinking and little else, makes me a self-declared expert on food worth trying within a 1-km radius. Unpopular opinion: Le Moulin de Provence is rather an overhyped bakery, a quintessential popularized-by-tourists establishment that
I never planned on moving to Canada. I would much rather have chosen a rustic old town in Europe- preferably Salzburg- and spent the rest of my life frequenting Farmers' Markets and living off Frankfurters. In the interest of earning
This year, with restricted travel and most places in lockdown, I've been quite the travel-starved travel blogger, welcoming any and all opportunities to explore new places. Since we were apprehensive about staying anywhere (that changed quickly and we later visited
There is an odd charm to laidback towns that exist in a perpetual state of Joie de vivre. Muskoka is one of those places that run my imagination wild at the thought of channeling my laziness on a do-nothing weekend.
Muskoka is one of those all-star destinations where the zest for a lazy life is always alive. As the seasons turn, so do Muskoka's experiential offerings. There are wonders waiting to be discovered under the bright blue summer skies over
Three vineyards, one lavender farm and a quaint little town. This real-life Stars Hollow is a time machine that will introduce you to the luxurious yet cozy life of yester-years. The Hamptons of Toronto, as one might lovingly call it,