Luckily for me, H is friggin' awesome and enjoys food as much as I do.
Since we had flown in on an early morning flight, we just had to start the trip off with a delicious brunch. We headed to Last Temptation at the Kensington Market. H had been here before and enjoyed it and that was enough of a recommendation for me.
I ordered the 'porto fino' mussels which were super spicy with chilies. Chilies are also my love language. H went for the 'a la snob' which had a lobstery broth; so divine.
We mistakenly remembered that our flights were at 6:30 instead of 6 but it worked out because we made it to the gate just as they were boarding. We didn't have to sit around and waste time in the airport. Oh! And my favorite part of the whole trip! They made us go through customs in Canada prior to the security gate (where they scan your belongings) and they have these machines now that snap your photo through a little webcam. I smiled a cheesy grin for my photo op. H moved as the camera was snapping so her face was just a blur! We giggled about it a ton.
What was the least favorite part of my trip? The customs agent who looked at my passport as I was leaving asked, "[stern face] You were only here for two days? Why?" "I was here for a party." "Where?" "At the Guvernment." "The Guv? [sly grin] Did you pop mollies?" "... Drugs aren't cool. Stay in school." I'm pretty sure he was just joking and giving me a hard time but seriously? I was half expecting drug dogs to come and attack me but he just laughed and sent me on my way. What a weirdo!
So that's it for my Toronto trip. I'm flying out to Turks and Caicos on Saturday morning. My fingers are crossed that we have at least a few days of beautiful weather and I can't wait to snorkel! Snorkeling is another one of my love languages. Okay, okay, I'll stop with the love languages.