In this episode, Daniel is joined by restauranteur, Marie Williams, owner and chef of Reggae's Caribbean Restaurant - a well known London, Ontario eatery specializing in Jamaican food. This week's walk route takes us from Reggae's to the beautiful Ed Blake Park to Huron Street. A right onto Gatewood then Delphi takes us through this neighborhood full of sunflowers and signs of support for front line workers. Daniel and Marie dive into the specifics of roti, diversity in London, and share their love of the magic of Swiss Chalet sauce. Walk with us and by the end of this 40 minute episode, we know Marie’s love and big heart will enchant you!
Walk the walk or listen from wherever you are in London, Ontario or across the world.
How to Walk the Walk:
1. Locate the map on our website and learn your route. If you have a printer, download and print the map or simply follow the map from your device when you arrive at the starting position.
2. Download the podcast.
3. Travel to starting position located on map.
4. Press play and keep directions close by.
5. Take a selfie along the route and tag us on social media @thegrandlondon
A transcript of the conversation with accompanying photos is posted on the Grand Theatre's website for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communities or for those who prefer to read from their device.
Episode 4: Saturday October 17 - Stroll Through Springbank with special guest Natasha George.
Did you miss Episode 1 with Emma Donoghue? Click here for A Walk Through Wortley with Emma Donoghue.
Don't forget about Episode 2 - Hitting the Trails with Western's President Alan Shepard. Click here now!
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