Inverness - High Park B & B
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"Excuse me, do you know how this system works?". Of course I had to
go through it all again for this chap and it was only then that I discovered
the whole system was a rip-off!!!
the machine written in big large letters was 24HR---$7.50 and after that it had
"Half Hour $3.50 and so of course one thinks its quite cheap!! That was
until one reads the small writing next to the large written prices!!! What it
was actually telling us was ...
... The boxes are pretty big, you can fill them up to any weight and for $75 bucks they are picked up at your door - sent by train to Vancouver and boat to Manila and then to the province of Aklan and delivered right to Allan's family's door. We still had more gifts to buy but we would have to bring them with us. End of March I went to the Philippine Consulate to get my Visa for this trip. I don't need a visa if the trip is less than 30 days, however ...
We arrived in record time into Toronto. I can't ever remember a 777 traveling at 687mph - must have been a very good tail wind.
We've walked the 10 miles from our gate over to the little puddle jumpers in Section F of YYZ waiting for our prop job to pull up to Gate 87 for our flight into Nashville. Flights on time so we're good to go.
Keli - thank you for driving all the way into Nashville to pick us up - it's really appreciated.
So I was a bit silly the other night. I spent way too long gawping at the last Halifax sunset for starters, then hours messing around with pictures, chatting with dorm mates, liking flipping photos on Instagram- basically anything I could think of to delay the inevitable irritation of packing again. It was a procrastination of epic proportions that definitely makes the top ten of my most stupid procrastinations of all time (number one being, of course, watching all FIVE series of The Wire ...
But still...I think the longer I am retired (and accustomed to doing virtually nothing most days), the more stress inducing any kind of activity is. Fortunately, our first stop in Belize is Caye Caulker, whose official motto, strictly adhered to, is “GO SLOW!”. This is a place with sand roads, no cars and a few golf carts ...