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... at the sun somewhere. I was feeling awful, cold, tired, irritated, filled with misgivings about what would come next- possibly the hardest bit, possibly working in an approximation of my own personal hell, trapped on a mountain with a crippled smile hanging on my face? Or maybe not? Hopefully not? There was a lot of trouble getting my suitcase in a locker at the Intercity bus station. The Greyhound bus staff were irreverent. They told me I was now travelling on the lowest of the low ...
... They are very friendly. I admired how if someone was in trouble on the street, many people were willing to go out of their way to help a stranger. A lot like home, but perhaps even more so.
..Just some musings in my head. Hopefully one day I can go back there and spend more time exploring.
Next stop, off to Atlanta (to meet up with Lynn) and then on to Louisiana.
... Think I got some cool pics of the skyline from across the harbor. I am starting to ramble so will close for now and finish up later. Tired now but I want to finish this before sleep takes over. We head to the lake tomorrow for a couple of days. Not sure if there is wifi there. The rest of the but tour was good. Saw a couple of places I would have liked to visit, but then would ...
... I just have a simple mind which likes pretty flowers and Inuit realism, my bad.
In my infinite wisdom (or lack thereof) I decided to use my free evening to explore Little Italy. I
don’t know what I was expecting, perhaps a renactment of the Lady and the Tramp scene where they’re greeted by an Italian chef and eat spaghetti till kingdom come. It wasn’t that. It was more like just house after house, with the occasional ...
... itself). However, apart from a little mishap right off when we got lost inside Union Station, we found it an easy enough city to navigate, and it wasn't overwhelmingly large when we were just walking around. When we went up the CN Tower it looked a whole lot larger but when we were down in the thick of things it wasn't too scary. I believe Kate mentioned in her blog that we were told the best way to get around was to walk and, with the exception of our trip to ...