This was not much of a tour and not much of a walk. It took too long to start. Jason talked endlessly. He never gently suggested holding more questions, so people were stuck for ages every two seconds, and he used every question as a cue to go on and on and on - again. We only went down one basic alley - the best known in Toronto anyway - and then as a sop , had a look at a couple across the street. It was billed as a two-hour tour as part of Jane's Walk - and there was barely any walking. Just about any street art was called "graffiti". He gave a very positive introduction of - himself, and wore a determinedly friendly smile all the time, which ended up being rather grating. Someone asked whether we'd visit Kensington Market and he said no, we woudn't get "that far north." "That far north" was a few blocks away and could very easily have been done in the two hours set aside for what I had thought would be an interesting walk full of information. Finally, not Jason's fault but Toronto graffiti and street art must be the most drab, uninspired, and often downright ugly (terrible colours) I've seen on four continents.
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