As one phase terminates, another shall commence. So until fate decides to bestow me with another early morning position - 5 am mornings aren't that bad, really - I'll be happily engaging in catch-up sessions and indulging in GOT7's comeback album!
3) One Zo's Brown Sugar Dirty Matcha Latte was tastier than expected, in spite of sandy "matcha" base. Though the drink was restricted to a fixed sweetness level, the result was enjoyable rather than sickly sweet. The same remarks were uttered in regards to the tea-less Brown Sugar Dirty Milk.
Young St has been Mississauga's long-standing karaoke spot for as long as I can remember. The song selection module is finnicky, but one cannot complain about Happy Hour prices and private asphalt lots. The bathrooms and service, on the other hand, have been subject to a constant decline over the years.
New to the scene is High Zone - a great alternative to the heavily congested and dilapidated Young St. Furnishings are new, though admittedly a bit gaudy with the heavy usage of gold; the bathroom is clean (huzzah!), for now anyway.
Price ranges based on room size (party size) after 9PM; Happy Hour (3-8PM) is a flat rate of twelve dollars (plus tax and automatic gratuity) and includes one non-alcoholic beverage per person. During our stay, the staff member was pleasant and prompt in tending to our requests/call for mic battery changes.
8) The Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge made for a great road trip.
10) Origami for the Ahgase In The Sky fan project
11) An outtake from after-brunch activities at Gusto 101
"So tell me which way to go"
Attaining my all-time favourite Taco Bowl after weeks upon weeks of insuppressible yen was truly a blessing. I am thankful that more and more of the American-Mexican franchises are emerging as standalone restaurants, since shopping mall stalls can be chaotic.