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... and “O.K” I’m sure they expected that though considering the way they set up the conversation.
Since that phone call, Africa has all that’s been on my mind. My brain is continuously scattered with thoughts; what events do I put on? What equipment should I order? How can I fundraise more? I always felt like I could be doing more. However, I am grateful for everyone involved with Shooting ...
... this 'farm' type shop. The pies smelt good but we were still full from lunch and slightly sleepy after dozing on the bus.
We reached our hotel in Toronto at about 5.30pm and chilled out for a few hours before going out to explore the neighbourhood around the hotel. We stumbled on quite a large gay village two blocks away so found somewhere to have a drink and people watch. It was nice to chill out a bit after a very hectic few days.
... included in the price. C$25 a bag. Since a quick search of the Air Canada website showed that Business Class was only $125 or so additional to what I had already paid, and it included 3 bags free! No brainer! I upgraded to Business Class and it really only cost me $50 extra ... but with boarding and leaving the plane first and priority baggage handling at the other end, believe me, it was worth it!
... subway rides, we finally made it to Toronto and our hostel.
We dropped our bags and headed out for the first of many "wanders" around the city. Immediately we fell in love with it, and decided there and then to change our plans already, to cut out Ottawa, purely so we could stay there for an extra 3 nights.
Waking up the following morning, a measly single pancake for breakfast did not fuel us for our day of yet more wandering. However, the following day ...
... for four hours!
I anticipated doom, but it never came. Toronto is a very high tech airport. Instead of the traditional waiting areas with seats that go on forever, they had tables and high tops with iPads at each seat to surf the web, order food from the restaurants throughout the gate area, and track your flight. Each seat also had its own charging station. Our flight to Shanghai was the largest flight heading out. ...