A friend of mine from the University of Toronto invited me to go to Central Island for a picnic with a bunch of his friends. Since my usual circle of friends are usually doing their own things (one taking orgo chem at Kingston, one doing random things at home and another playing WoW), I tagged along.
It’s Victoria day, a national holiday for us Canadaians (and I’m assuming in the UK too). To me it simply means an extra day this week to spend time with my parents since the lab I’m volunteering at still didn’t draft out a schedule yet (they asked me go in tomorrow though, which means no staying up till 1 reading Tom Clancy novels >.>)
Unlike Mr Saku who went to High Park, I went to Edward Garden with my parents. It’s located at Leslie and Lawrence. To be perfectly honest, there’s not a whole lot to do but sight seeing, and that’s fine, because it’s a good chance for me to test out my new camera. I’ll say now that there’s nothing much more for me to talk about from this point on, the rest are pictures that I took today. The weather is pretty cold for the end of May these past days so I’m assuming that’s why the flowers aren’t looking at their best.
For those who don’t know, Reading week is basically the equivalent of spring break in Canadian universities/colleges (my condolences to those in York U.). Well, I kind of disappeared in the past two days due to poor organization of events and several other factors.
It started two days ago, on the 17th.