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So our time on Vancouver Island sadly came
to an end and we headed via a very dodgy Travel Inn back in Vancouver to catch a flight to Toronto. We stayed in an up and
coming area, which to be frank was still trying to up and come but was a great
place to get indian food something we had been craving for some time.
And then we hit Niagara Falls, it just had
to be done. The Falls themselves ...
... only accounts for 5 mins at a time?! Go figure. This caused problems, and was nonsensical. In the end, the clothes were dried, and I was a very hungry chappy at 2pmish.
I walked back to the guest-house with my clean washing and at 2.30pm I ordered lunch at Capalansky's, a Jewish Deli with a great chef, and one that is worth writing home about. I had chicken soup with matzah balls, their famous smoked meat sandwich, a pint of lager and a freshly ...
... the lines were quite big. Despite lots of negative media stories about Mosques public interest from a diverse cross section seemed enthusiastic for the visit. The lines moved quickly as the group tours were moving fast.
This is only one of a ...
On a cold drizzly Friday evening as the clouds closed down the magnificent scenery around Cusco, we said goodbye to our host Maria and to South America as we set out for the airport. A little more than 24 hours, two connections and three airlines later, we arrived to a cool sunny Toronto afternoon just entering the flush of Spring. Unfortunately, our luggage, with a mind of its own, took an alternative route and didn't accompany us, which entailed making a ...
Then, all of a sudden, it was my 21st! That morning, we went on a
boat tour up and down the river, with skyscrapers left right and centre! It was
a wonderful tour with an amusing tour guide. She explained that a guy managed
to gain a piece of prime Chicago real estate by accumulating layers of silt till
he had his very own island, which lasted for a good thirty years! Al Capone
managed to rent an apartment under the guise of ...