We were excited for summer, so we already planned some camping weekend in different locations. We really wanted to go to long point but we figured why not try Port Burwell since it's nearby. There's also a dog beach in this area. One thing I don't really like in this camp was it's too far … Continue reading Port Burwell
It was funny to think how I ended up purchasing a DNA test kit but long story short, I wanted to discover more of myself and my roots. Few years back, I remember mapping out my grandfather's roots and I was able to discover some of my distant relatives from different parts of the world. … Continue reading Ancestor hunting – All you need to do is spit in a test tube
I really didn't have the chance to enjoy the beginning of summer, so I'm trying to make the most out of it this July to September. Since I couldn't fly back to Southern state this year, I decided to drive around the Province. Time is never wasted in exploring places anyway. I visited a few … Continue reading Port Hope
Will I ever go back?
Coming in and out of Canada/US may not be a burden for Canadians/Americans but the volume of people is really hard to endure. Any Canadian/American knows how long an immigration line could be during Holidays. I remember the time when Delta airlines used to have only one line for all flights going out of Toronto. … Continue reading How I became a Trusted Traveler
It was a hot day awhile ago. I have an excuse to show off my arms: SUN is once in a blue moon here!
Nathan Philips Square Kids and even adults are enjoying their skates. If only I'm not scared to break my knees again I would definitely try it on a negative two digit temperature. I'm amazed how they can tolerate the wind chill knowing they can feel the breeze of the cold air while skating. SKATES and … Continue reading PANORAMA: DOWNTOWN and another weird incident