Say it loud, I’m black and I’m proud!
This morning I did very little. We had no water, but luckily the laundrette did, so I was able to wash my clothes.
Just as I decided to go out, Liza and Baldo decided that I should stay with them and socialise in the kitchen.
I wanted to see Toronto.
Before I could leave, our landlady appeared with the new oven. Excellent!!
Except it wouldn’t fit through the door 😦
Liza did some cooking on the porch.
I set off for the distillery district, which was a mission in itself. Bay station is closed and the trains go out of service at Museum and then they try and route 4 train lines through a single station.
I saw a few interesting things on the way.
I finally arrived at the distillery district.
It was really nice. Lots of old buildings and the biggest Christmas tree I’ve ever seen!!
I went into a shop that claimed to be an industrial design museum. What it meant was, really expensive stainless steel tat.
Also, I don’t know if he was a perv or an undercover detective, but there was a bloke with his camera zoomed all the way in taking pictures of a couple kissing. :S
On the subway home, I tried to take a picture of a guy’s massive hair.
My camera sucks…
After I got home I ate Liza’s left over pasta and then followed her to the shop to get some ice cream.
I’m now at a James Brown tribute. Pee Wee Ellis and Maceo Parker are playing. Ridiculous!!
…and it was ridiculous! Check out my seats!