When the weather says it's going to be a scorcher you head to the beach.....and boy we will do anything to get to that beach!
And so the journey begins.... We walk, we subway, we train, we walk again for an hour... Yes that's right it took us 2.5hrs to make a 30 minute car journey. We got lost is all I can say. As you can see by the picture, that path was meant to lead us to the beach and yet it seems to be going up a mountain. But don't worry it was actually quite picturesque in the end and we rewarded ourselves with an ice cream when we finally got to the beach all sweaty and exhausted!
I pretty much stripped off and jumped straight in the sea (it's actually Lake Ontario still but its so huge I call it the sea) kirsty paddled as it was quite chilly.
We spent the rest of the day relaxing, chatting, reading, people watching and of course sun bathing. We even got to see the Canadian lifeguards jump into action when a guy hit his head on the rocks after jumping in. As you can imagine it was a very dramatic 10 minutes where they pulled everyone out of the water for one speed boat! This happens like 10 times a day on Cornish beaches and nobody is called out of the water so it was quite amusing to watch. The guy was perfectly fine by the way.
We got a taxi then the train back to the city this time and got ready for a night out on the town. We got told king and queen street was the place to be so we headed there. It was quite hard to find restaurants and bars because it was so spread out. Toronto as a city is pretty random there is no order to where things might be so its just pot luck. We managed to find an Italian restaurant to eat at and then a roof top bar to drink at both nice and chilled!
Toronto it's been a pleasure tomorrow we head to Quebec City.