By The Park Bed and Breakfast
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... simply standing in the
street and free for all to climb all over. The massive turntable and a large
part of the engine shed is also still standing and is now used as a brewery and
furniture shops etc. I was totally taken back by all these railway vehicles
standing right in the path of the public and still in one piece with not a
single window smashed. It sure goes to show that Canada is still quite a good
and well kept and respected part of the world!!
... where Mikaela brought some lunch from a 'healthy food' shop she'd seen on a previous walk through there. From here we walked back to the Eaton Centre again where Denise brought some clothes. We must have looked a bit lost this time as two people asked if we needed help when we were studying the plan of the PATH. We've found Toronto locals to be very willing to offer help if they see you studying a map or if you ask. We're noticing more homeless people around ...
... travel, trekking, Nepalese people, Nepali culture, food, climate, environment, teahouses, challenges and accomplishments, Himalayan mountains, Everest and most important, spending a month together and supporting each other through an amazing journey. Kate & Ken Some interesting facts: - porters often wore open toe sandals while trekking and through the cold evenings and mornings - prices increased as we trekked to higher, more ...
... a film at the Toronto
International Film Festival now! Not bad eh? Benedict Cumberbatch’s film
premieres tomorrow night, but unfortunately I’ll be in a lecture then!
Saturday: After skyping the parents, I went to a compulsory
Coop meeting where we were sufficiently orientated, making it more fun with
icebreakers like building towers. Of course, the men took charge, considering
it their manly duty to build stuff, however badly. The ...
... Steels Ave and Yeung St will all help navigate downtown, but it's the 400 and 401 that really help clock up the miles. The 407 however is a toll road, and it's expensive too. While reminding myself of the roads not to take, I stumbled on the story of a man facing toll charges and fines for non-payment to the tune of $38,000. He remarked that he only wanted to use the road, not own a part of it!
I have always considered Canadian Tire to be the poor sibling to the ...