Before I went to Toronto last month I did not even know there was an archipelago on the other side of Lake Ontario. It actually comprises three very small islands; they are a bit offshore from the city centre but are served by different ferries hopefully. The most astounding of them is Ward’s Island. Unlike the two others that are full of BBQ sites and picnic areas, Ward’s Island is like the “residential part” of the archipelago. Fewer tourists dare to venture there and that is why Ward’s Island is very enjoyable. This place is so quiet and cute, it looks like heaven, well… if there’s any. From Ward’s Island, it is very easy to admire the city centre. The island’s lush and thick vegetation offers a big contrast with the gleaming buildings. It is for sure no ordinary scene.