Toronto Life Updates: November 2014 Was A Fond Farewell – November was a bittersweet month. It would be my last month in Toronto as I was working towards a highly anticipated return to my beloved Berlin.
The month was filled with taking care of move related details, tackling paperwork for my German visa, quitting my job, getting rid of everything I owned and bidding a fond farewell to friends. It was simultaneously stressful, busy, fun and exciting.
Toronto Life Updates: November 2014 Was A Fond Farewell
As I was moving to Berlin, I wanted to spend as much time as possible experiencing the goodness of my neighbourhood. I hung out at St Lawrence Market (peameal bacon sandwich, coffee from Balzacs anyone?), walked through the Distillery District and soaked up the bright, vibrant colours of fall.
Recommended reading: Last month’s recap post, Toronto Life Updates: October 2014 Soaking Up Fall Vibes.
Speaking of Berlin, I’ve now been here for about two whole weeks and so far it’s been great. I felt immediately at home and it’s almost as if I never left.
This wraps up my “Toronto Life Updates: November 2014” post. Stay tuned for the next update, as I’ll talk more about life in Berlin next month when I relaunch my monthly expat living updates series.
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