If you ever think of something to do in Toronto that is a little adventurous and on the pricey side, indoor skydiving might be just the thing for you. It is a two hour experience which starts with training and ends with floating. In these pictures you will see us at the iFly and feeding the birds at the harbor. I hope you enjoy them. Share if you do.
The angel and the garbage bag ;D
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.
I went yesterday with Jessica and Marian to George Brown College for a Photo-shoot. Marian had an assignment in her program where she had to take portraits of random people. At first, I suspected her capabilities of taking photos, but without so much of an experience with my camera, Marian started fixing the aperture, shutter speed, F stops and so forth. Within less than 10 minutes she started clicking that camera button and all I see are those beautiful pictures of Jessica show up. As we were indulging in the photo-shoot, someone knocked on the door of the studio. Theva2000 went to answer it, as a group of other students showed up to tell us that our time was already up. The experience was so pleasurable that none of us noticed an hour had passed.