Arise N Shine Toronto B&B
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... Arabia require a transit visa that must be arranged beforehand. Not to mention that women are required to travel with a "male guardian" (husband, father) in order to be granted a visa. That would have been an awkward and potentially disastrous mistake. But, CRISIS AVERTED! We spent the rest of the night sleeping on benches in the United Club, then caught a flight to Toronto at noon. We are now lounging comfortably in our ...
... I’d embrace my inner country
mouse and head to the Hart House Farm to get away from the Toronto. We arrived
for a structured day of Canadian fun. We began, like with all good days, with food. We enjoyed a tasty lunch which was essentially a shameless plug of the farm's apples, then headed out for a walk. My mother would be
proud. I embraced my inner Bear Grylls in clambering over rocks down a ravine
thing, which wasn’t quite ...
... had asked to see the "layout" of her room but then realised she had a room mate and left. So that's ******** cause he gives us our room keys every frigging day so would know full well she had a room mate and I'm sure he has stayed at the hotel paalenty of times to know the layouts of the rooms!! Then in bloody savannah she gets on the karaoke and selected some song "peacock" by Katy perry. It pretty much just goes "I want to see your peacock, cock, cock" so she is up there belting it ...
And we’re off! I won’t say on our first ever adventure, not even officially as the Bradburys, but most definitely on our biggest adventure to date. I feel a little too wound up about it, but surprisingly don’t have as much anxiety as I expected. Probably because Neil and I have been on several adventures together, although don’t ask us to qualify adventures because sometimes a trip for ice cream can be one and I feel like our ...
Today I remained in Toronto and headed off to Black Creek Pioneer Village, which is partly original buildings from the 1800's and partly buildings that were moved here or which have been reconstructed.
The usual sort of thing, but on an original site that still has the farmhouse of the original homesteaders ... the early, rough, log cabin (converted to a Pig run) and the later (about 10 years or so) two storey house in a much more prosperous style.
The usual ...