A Stone's Throw B & B
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... in a quaint rural town early afternoon and went for a long walk around town. We're in a national parks area called1000 Islands, very picturesque.
By the way, they have a modern Casino, so that where we had dinner, and a small bet or two.
Tomorrow it's off to Montreal for a few days via the scenic route.
Fran's ankle is getting better each day and is back to its normal size.
We're both beginning tp relax and unwind after a hectic first few days. ...
All the usual stuff you do to get ready for a trip. Lots of lists especially passwords etc. Charging up all the gadgets: Kindles, Samsung Tablet, iPad...........but no cell phones. Soon will print off boarding pass. One more sleep and one more shower and then off to Montréal and the adventure begins and I am talking about just finding the Parking Lot at the ...
Friday 17/4 - Quite and uneventful day in Kingston today. Very foggy start especially in town close to the lake. Didn't do anything of note. Visited town. Drove around a bit. Bought another book to read. Brought a new jumper. Mat & I brought some more vegemite. Did some grocery shopping for dinner. Mikaela & I talked Mat into giving us a massage.
Saturday 18/4 - The girls went to Picton today which is easier to access by ferry from Kingston ...
... br> Kingston was an important Great Lakes naval base and there was a major dockyard across the other side of the bay from the fort - which wasn't the only fortification that defended the harbour and town, merely the main one.
The Canadian Royal Military College is also in Kingston, today, alongside the fort, but looks like a nondescript collection of random buildings from different time periods, though some are older than RMC Duntroon, of ...
... I felt isolated and out of place especially during project meeting, because we have very different working styles
- I felt tired, sick, depressed, angry, and frustrated
- I grew aware that my home culture's behaviours may not be accepted in the host culture, and I was thinking whether to give up, suspend, or modify my own behaviour
- My high expectations were unmet
- I spend lots of time ...