Being Ottawan in Toronto: The Low-Down
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Being Ottawan in Toronto: The Low-Down

For anyone who’s lived in Ottawa, Toronto, or even other various parts of Canada, it’s quite clear that Ottawa and Toronto are two very different cities that long to be the most important city in Canada. While Torontonians might laugh at the idea of there being any rivalry between their great city and any other … Continue reading

10 Things: About Toronto (As a Newbie)
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10 Things: About Toronto (As a Newbie)

When moving to a new city, there are a few things you instantly notice as being different from what you’re used to. Not too long ago, I wrote a similar post about Madrid. Now, despite being back in Canada, I’ve moved to Toronto, which is a city I’ve never lived in before. It’s considered to … Continue reading

(North America) Age: Just a Number?
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(North America) Age: Just a Number?

As of late, I’ve had quite a few interesting conversations with a few people – all of whom were at different ages – about the concept of age itself. As a native of North America, I had never before thought much about the desire to be eternally young. However, during my time in Spain, I began … Continue reading

Top 5: Places I Would Revisit
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Top 5: Places I Would Revisit

I have a constant need to try new things, visit new places, and meet new people. I’m a fan of novelty, although once I’ve decided I truly like something, it sticks with me for life. This, of course, translates to my taste in travel. Although my dream would be to continue visiting new places, I would … Continue reading

Travel Canada: Montréal
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Travel Canada: Montréal

As any Canadian would know, traveling within Canada can be unbearably difficult. While Canada is the second biggest country in the world, it also boasts some of the most expensive domestic flights to be found anywhere. If you don’t believe me, here’s an astounding fact: from Toronto, it’s cheaper to fly to Los Angeles than … Continue reading