This past weekend was a bit of a blur. I accomplished a lot while at the same time not a lot. Photo and video editing has taken over my life and I feel a little bit more immersed in my blog. So although it may have been time costly it's been well worth it.
We stopped by the Japanese Festival in Dundas Square on Sunday to see what was happening. It was mostly food stalls from several local restaurants. Many sold similar style food to the night market, which made it easy for us to leave and catch a cab down to the harbor front.
After being dropped off by the cab, we quickly ran through the gates to snatch up sticky rice and mangos. Our enjoyment didn't last long as the rain soon came down relatively hard. The weather forecast called for thunderstorms but luckily for us the weather didn't get that bad until later on. We sacrificed a couple hours waiting in line for some delicious teriyaki squid and gushi chicken only to be heavily rained on. A quick run back to the cabs secured us a safe ride home where we dried off and enjoyed the rest of the evening indoors.
Labels: japanese festival, summer, summer 2014, TNT food market, Toronto