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... around for the medals ceremony.
Chile won the Gold. The people watching on the stands on the opposite sides probably paid expensive tickets. As this was only the first full day of the games I'm sure crowds would get bigger on our side once word got out.
Russia was nowhere near as scary as its made out to be and I'm planning future trips to different regions. Finland seemed to have a bit duller finish than its Scandinavian counterparts Norway, Iceland, and Denmark I visited on my last trip.
... than my woolly hat that kept slipping off my head. It kept my ears and neck warm and to me, this was a good solution. We found a pub-style restaurant for lunch and tried very hard to watch the news about the Germanwings crash. I was quite upset over it and wanted to know more, but not too much because it was so distressing. I had my back to the telly and Ray watched it over my head, but he struggled to work out where to look on the screen. There were so many slices and sections on ...
... has to be expensive, but it doesn’t always. If travel is a priority, it can definitely be done without spending a ton.
There were lots of people we met or spoke to that said something along the lines of, “you two spend 24/7 together and still like each other?” Not only do we still like each other, but we ...
A documentary has recently been released called 'Jerusalem' which takes a tour through the city of Jerusalem showing many of the iconic spots, and detailing a bit of the history. Hannah McCorrie (who is helping run the Promised Land Youth Conference next year) has been to Israel 3 times so far and has been waiting for Jerusalem to be released so that she can see it.
Jerusalem was being shown at the Toronto ...