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Turkish Festival

The diversity of Toronto is reflected on the numerous festivals that abound the city almost every weekend in the summer. Its like almost every country has its own little or big festivals going on in every corner where most citizens of that country live in a familiar neighborhood back home. Last weekend, two food festivals […]

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The Caribana Festival

This is the last part of the Caribana Festival entries. These last photos and a video are the dancing part and the huge, creative props that wowed the festival crowd.

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Boys of Caribana

Caribana Festival is like Women’s Day. The dancers / masqueraders were mostly women. The boys, no matter how sexy, gorgeous, headturner they were— just placed in the back seat. Only very few photographers like who really took notice and cared for the boys. No, I didnt notice them just because I love men but because […]

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Ladies of Caribana 1

Caribana Festival is an annual festival in Toronto to celebrate the vibrant culture, music, dance and people of countries in the Caribbean. Its a massive celebration which ends today with the most disorganized parade I’ve ever seen from 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. Imagine a parade that lasts for 8 hours! Beat that. The parade is […]

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Toronto’s Harbourfront

To those who have known me as a funny, happy and bubbly person, not all of them know that I am an incurable romantic. Really. Not joking. No, not I used to be….but I still am. 😉 I have a scented candle in my room to help imagine that I am in some kind of […]

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