Category Archives: Culture

Anything to do with Music, art, experiences in toronto.

Why I Don’t Regret Paying for an Uncomfortable Vacation

A Brief Recap of My Recent Experience Trekking to Everest Basecamp

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  •      No showering for 15 days.
  •      Sleeping in -10 degree Celsius temperature.
  •      Hours from the nearest medical help.
  •      Every meal consisting of only hard boiled eggs and soup.
  •      Taking medication just to help your body get the oxygen it needs.
  •      Oh, and some of the worst squat toilets around.

…and I paid thousands of dollars to experience it!

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We like ‘Coffee Ripples’ a latte


If it hasn’t been made clear yet, the team at Yellow House loves a good cup of coffee. Many of us can’t deny a latte run mid-day to the nearest café in the Distillery, it’s one of the many things our team bonds over. Although some get a latte because they genuinely need a good caffeine-kick to power through a crazy day, others get one because of the fancy latte art barista’s make on top (the perfect opportunity for the in-house social media addicts to Tweet or Instagram).
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Office Holiday Parties ‘Instagrammable moments’ a sign of success


Read below Yellow House Events – Account Director, Sara Gundy’s interview with 24 Hour Toronto. Sara shares Yellow House Event’s top tips on what you can do to mix things up for your Office Holiday Party this year.

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Na’cho regular nacho blog …every nacho has a story


As told by Yellow House’s very own Nacho Queen, Nachos are a very important dish.

As the resident Nacho connoisseur, and in lieu of National Nacho Day, I want to share with you Toronto’s Nacho hot-spots based on my personal experience. 

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TRAVEL: Paris in 5 days


Planning on visiting Paris but only have five days to see it all? No worries. That’s more than enough time for Paris to steal your heart.

After spending six months living in this wondrous city it is undoubtedly my favourite place in the world. Here’s how to make the most of it in five days:

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