I started this draft last week, and only got to finish today..
So, the weekend is over. Almost. Unfortunately for us who support Canada expats, we do not follow Philippine holiday. Long weekend will rarely happen.
Tomorrow, back to the office. I had already accepted the difficulties of this work, but I wish I could just work from home and not worry about traffic, pollution and evil intentions. I used to tell my parents that I never wanted to work in another country because I felt safer here – but everything has changed after the trip.
I realized that although we are a free country, people never really feel the freedom – we cannot just freely use our phones outside when commuting, or even wear a skirt without men looking at you – there is not even a clean, fresh air to breathe, and you and your schedule are controlled by traffic.
When you get home, you see stories and news of killings, theft and juvenile crimes.
I am ranting. Again. I am just sad and frustrated about the situation in the country. But during this time that I am feeling helpless and down, I turn to my album and look at the pictures of the fun, interesting things I saw during my trip.
Downtown Toronto is one of the most visited places. It is the Central Business District in Toronto,
Let me share some scenes and things I see in Downtown..
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the streetcar. My heart melted. Fancy clothes, party attitude and the
spunk – the boys have kind heart to help an old woman. Best scene I have
witnessed aside from see-through dresses, long legs, cleavage and manly bouncers in coat and tie (who refused to let my friend enter their club because of dress code!).
Let me end this post with a story based on the first picture on this post.. Spiderman and Batman are probably the coolest attraction in Downtown, Toronto.
With just a few toonies and loonies, Spiderman would gladly carry you as Batman does his thing..
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