Shisha&Co is the first Shisha retail store in Toronto that delivers, caters, sells, and samples home-made and other flavors. If one day you feel like you need to buy a Hooka and get the flavor, this is the place you need to visit. If you have a party and you need Shisha, you could pick it up to rent it for the day. Also if you have a party or a wedding and you need a Shisha specialist, someone would actually come to your event and make the Shishas and serve them to your guests. On top of that they cater to a few clubs downtown, one of which is Orchid Nightclub. This is probably the only place in Downtown Toronto that actually caters to a different segments of the Shisha market. The store’s closest intersection is Wellesley & Yonge. The address is 636 Yonge street. Go check out their crazy Shishas and flavors. Also the accessories are nuts.
Visit the site HERE Shisha&Co
A year passes and another one comes. Some of us leave and others come. Only the joyful moments are there to stay, and thank god for allowing us to forget the bad ones. The more time passes, the more experience we get. Only the week believe aging is a weakness. Those with strength make aging a strength. A new year means new hopes, dreams and achievements. Never fear failure. It is only there for you to learn, get up on your feet, dust yourself up and keep reaching for the stars. Never give up. There is a new year there to come. Smile, celebrate, work hard and play hard. 2015 is here. Let it be the best year of your life. Happy New Year to all my friends, family, and all the people that helped and supported us. You guys are amazing each and every single one of you.
If you are ever in Toronto and looking for things to do, Ripley’s Aquarium might be one of the places you should put on your list. These are a few takes of my visit to the Ripley’s Aquarium with the beautiful Lena. It was my second time visiting the aquarium and my favorite. The first time I went there, it was very crowded and people were waiting in line for 3 to 4 hours to get in. Although I had a VIP access ;), I still struggled to see fish or to move in there. Every display was too crowded, it was more like people watching rather than fish watching.