I always hate summer because of heat and sweat. But when winter approaches, I can’t stop desiring for the delicious summer breeze. While taking the last summer stroll in Downtown Toronto, I began to reminiscent the summer I spent in this foreign country…
After months of walking in the unforgiving snow, summer slowly slips through the grey mist and melts the frozen mucus on my upper lip. Aldo sandals and rainbow shades begin to take over the quiet frosted city of Toronto.
My armpits were thoroughly wet. I rushed into the closest Timmies and got myself a life-saving ice coffee. Don’t ask me why I didn’t get an ice cap. To me, they are both ice coffee with sugar. It’s natural for me to pick the cheaper one. After all, I’m a cheap Asian girl.
The heat somehow brought me to Harbourfront. Who knows it was the Hot & Spicy Food Fest! Thank God I dropped by because I’m a big fan of spicy food.
Like Durian, I fall in love with the most distasteful food in the world – GARLIC!!! The scent of grilled garlic lured me to the room of a garlic cooking session. The entire room was seated with garlic lovers who twitched their noses while listening to the demonstrator in the front. What a delight!
Sizzling hot with spices and sweaty crowd. Can the last day of summer be even hotter??
Owing to my Asian instinct, I instantly located the building with AC and dashed to it in top speed. The moment I opened the doors, a baby with his stroller managed to slip right through the gap and exited like a tornado. Nice move!
20 minutes later, my armpits were fully air-dried. So I decided to head back out and enjoyed my last day of summer in the steam.
Thanks to Dylan for the lovely camera!