As a writer and photographer I travel between my life in Toronto, my life in Antigua, and anywhere else my wanderings may take me ... writing my books and enjoying local arts and adventures along the way.

Kensington Market

That day at Kensington Market we followed our noses to the a local bakery were we found that the source of the delicious smell was not donuts at all but Mexican treats called “churros”. The churros were delicious.

York Regional Forests

For the kids the forest is fun but also potentially spooky, perhaps because of imaginations running overtime conjuring up scenarios of encountering things unknown. But it’s also a place where city kids can run as fast as they want to, chuck rocks wherever they want to, and just be free to entertain themselves as kids do without fear of being reprimanded.

Giller Prize Finalists at the Toronto International Festival of Authors

This year I attended an event at the Toronto IFOA one evening in which a number of finalists for Canada’s Giller prize read from their works.

Medieval Times

Back in Toronto the first entertainment event we attended was Medieval Times which is kind of a dinner theatre held in a replica castle. In the center of the castle there is an indoor arena where a king and a princess watch over knights on horseback while the fight each other with swords, maces, battle axes, and then joust on horseback to win honour in front of the king.

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