Monday, September 13, 2010

Saturday Dreevay with Sharon in Cabbagetown and Kensington Market

Sharon and I had a good ole dreevay around the place on Saturday.  There was a beautiful art and craft market in Cabbagetown with delicious jams and jellies; Sharon's favourite was the shortbread.  We then headed across town to the groovy Kensington Market.

Mobiles and garden art/ ornaments/ sculptures.

Packages of yummy shortbread!

Not sure what I make of this - some sort of post-apocalyptic, hippie thing!

Gorgeous jars of pickles line the walls of the Grilled Cheese restaurant in Kensington Market.

Some sort of mobile skateboarder convention.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Wandering around on Queen Street

I walked into a fairly dodgy part of town - there were drunk skaters staggering about the place and I knew I had to hot-foot it out of there.  But luckily, I found myself on West Queen Street, where I took these photos.

Ontario Museum of Art


The CN tower and Streetcar cables

Thursday, September 9, 2010

The Market Incubator Group.

We're at the University of Toronto, and we've been working hard!!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Day 2 - At Uof T

So I was in pretty intense workshop sessions all day today.  But when we wrapped up it was a balmy afternoon, so I went walking around a bit.  The thing that I like - which I have to admit I used to hate - is that Toronto is pretty orderly, and your average Joe seems to do the right thing.  It's really relaxing when compared to the chaotic and aggressive living back in Trinidad.  Here are some of today's photos.

 Gorgeous buildings at Uof T


 The CN Tower off in the distance

 Freshers week!

Monday, September 6, 2010

First day in Toronto!

I'm here in Toronto for intensive training workshops for pitching and networking in this industry. But of course, I can't help but do a little site-seeing and some tasting. So here's what I did/ discovered today.

Brazil day at Dundas square.

Delicious bruchetta!

Trinidadian playwright, Tony Hall.

Me outside the Mac store at the Eaton Centre.

Batman on Yonge.