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I've been meaning to keep a more up to date journal for this trip. But actually I've needed to time to soak in this country. I've found it difficult to know what to write. I've selected a few highlights so far in what's been a pretty much prefect trip (minus a car breakdown) Firstly Canada is beautiful. Don't listen to anyone who says otherwise. I've been over whelmed with its openness, It's welcoming people and huge expanse ...
... that wonderful part on International flights where you have finally fallen asleep with your neck bent over much further then you thought it could strech and your slight awareness that you might be snoring... or drooling in your sleep. But you have your eyes closed and you have drifted off when all of a sudden someone decides... it's morning. The lights come on, cherry Air Canada people are trying to serve ...
... cattle out of the house's yard.
You may not see it from this angle, but in the center there's a solid piece -- perpendicular to the sidewalk -- that extends to the back. The side pieces are fixed at an angle that prevents longer cow bodies from passing behind them and into the yard, but that accommodates more slender human ones. Pretty cool.
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- An umbrella
- Sunglasses and protective case
- Small packet of tissues
- Ear plugs
- Brita water bottle
- Small flashlight (for hostel bathrooms)
- Inflatable pillow and travel blanket
- Tiny locks to lock-up our luggage
- Drain stopper to do laundry in bathroom sink
- Gloves and hat for hiking in the Swiss Alps
- Those mesh laundry bags for delicate items. I brought large ones to put my dirty laundry in ...
... leadership have come up with some creative solutions to maximise the area. The one that stood out the most for me was their large gymnasium which is built 28 feet underground. It's hard to tell from the photo but the high windows in the gym are actually at ground level. Another area that the school has had great success is its work with children who have audio or motor sensory difficulties. They employ an occupational theorist who works with some of ...