So travel bloggers from around the world descended on Toronto for a weekend of networking, drinks and and fun across the GTA. It’s funny I have lived in Toronto for years and its surprising how easy it is to take things for granted.
From the diversity, to the events and the people you forget how great Toronto can be. It isn’t without its faults but then again, no city is. So TBEX is a goodbye of sorts for me to Toronto. Its the end of one chapter and the beginning of another.
I’m not moving back to my hometown, I’m drawing a red line, to figure out what comes next and to break down my walls and test my absolutes beyond. I met some amazing people, some I hope I can learn from of what to do and more importantly what not to do. Although I probably will anyway. That’s just part of it.
Now its preparing for the mission to write a book, finish my script and see if I can do it. I’m not new to blogging but I am new to the commitment of blogging regularly. For the trip I’m taking starting in Thailand. I have no expectations, no plan, I’m gonna wing it. My friend Tony told me to write every day and meet someone new each day, that’s the only plan I got.
Prepare for the worst as they say. I met @DangerousBiz at the party, among many others at the party. I hope I can connect to some of them as I start my first solo adventure in June. Cheers all, these first posts are gonna be brutal but that’s just part of the journey.