Posts tagged travel guide
playing in a virtual world

I studied Interactive Art & Technology at a time where Virtual Reality (VR) was still inaccessible to the masses. It was fun to hypothesize the possibilities and theorize how the technology could be used, but it was not yet in the realm of feasibility to test and execute on the world. Today, not that long after I graduated, the world is a different place. And when my parents visited the other week, I took them to the House of VR

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five stunning and fun reasons to visit allan gardens

When Torontonians learn I have a passion (*cough*obsession*cough*) for photography, they kept telling me I needed to go to Allan Gardens. Located in the Garden District on the east side of downtown, I took a slight detour over one Sunday afternoon to learn what the fuss was about. I have to say, Allan Gardens did not disappoint.

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be our guest? beauty and the beast exhibit a missed opportunity

I am a closeted Disney fan. I don't scream it from the rooftops, but my whole soul sings when I find myself wrapped up in a Disney classic. I wrote a very critical essay on 'The Disney Vault' in second year university mostly as an excuse to read a whole pile of Disney research. I sang 'Part Of Your World' in my sixth grade talent show - AND STILL HAVE THE WHOLE SONG MEMORIZED.

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a planes, trains, and automobiles holiday

Right now, I am sitting in the Ottawa train station waiting for my 5pm train home to Toronto. This is the final leg of nine busy days of travel all over Canada, using essentially all methods of transportation. The trip included a massive surprise, some French practice, and a whole lot of coffee. I'm exhausted, but I am oh so grateful. 

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