Hello from Toronto – A Culinary Tour of St. Lawrence Market & An Exploration of St. Lawrence Hall

Life works in really strange and wonderful ways. At the beginning of this week I talked to my brother in Austria on the phone, and he said he’d been reading this German travel magazine and there was a big write-up about a Toronto-based tour guide who provides culinary tours of the St. Lawrence Market, one

Doors Open – Toronto’s Architectural Festival – Free of Charge!

You may have figured out by now that I am bit of an architecture buff. Well, the great thing is, since 2000 Toronto has its very own free-access architecture weekend where you can get access to more than 140 interesting buildings, many of which are usually closed to the public.It’s a great event and it’s

Sue Kenney and the Camino De Santiago: Pilgrim, Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, & Coach

I am very happy to be able to present to you Sue Kenney, a very fascinating individual, a consummate athlete and master rower, a pilgrim to one of the world’s biggest pilgrimage destinations – Spain’s Camino de Santiago, a best-selling author, sought-after keynote speaker and coach, and more than anything else, a spiritual leader.For more

My Village (A Small Village in Himanchal Pradesh, India)

My village is situated in Tehshil Baijnath of District Palampur of Himanchal Pradesh (India). It name is Kanarag. It is 8 km from Baijnath. Baijnath is small town, situated on Pathankot-Manali national highway. It is famous for its ancient lord Shiva temple. About my village, it is not associated with any historical event; however it