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The only draw down side of the tour was that Wills made an enemy of another passenger on the coach. At this point I need to share our list of tourist gripes. Yes, I know that we are technically tourists too but we have really noticed that ...
... baseball held my interest from the opening lines to the surprising twist at the end. The descriptions of Toronto are very atmospheric and the characters are interesting. I specially enjoyed the author's musings on how players are compensated, the dichotomy between preserving the old while incorporating the new, etc. As an armchair traveler I also very much enjoyed the way the story takes the reader to foreign locations. The love story was fun too. There ...
... in March. We had to rebook the segments and reschedule all our plans and excursions but everything is set to go and we will now complete our journey next February when we take the one month excursion from Capetown to Singapore
I will try and post a blog once a week. Please let me know if you received this as this is my 'test' blog......if you don't want to follow our journey just let me know and I will take your name off my group list.
"There is a young man of average height whose brow is without blemish. He has ... "
"Say no more, Tondergort. That young man is Flurri Endinglater, son of Randi the Smart, who once sold my Uncle Arn a plot of land situated between two geysers which steamed relentlessly. His mother is said to be Gudrun Finsdottir, famous for her eyelashes, among other things. Truly your powers of discernment are extraordinary and your memory ...
... before with the staff at Kelvin Grove Junior school and so far have enjoyed the two great evenings I have been to here. Everyone takes a plate or wine and we have lots of laughs.
One advantage of not having a car is that I don't have to worry about drinking and driving! I use the TTC (Toronto Transport Commission ) which is the underground to get around. Each journey costs $3 and you buy tokens at a machine. The TTC is fast and ...