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... some reflection, to try to see all sides of the coin. Sometimes I just wrote the truth! Sometimes it wasn't necessary to write about it at all!
People along the way from different parts of the world have asked me, " What was your favourite country?"
My answer, "Guatemala, hands down! The scenery and the people are beautiful!"
I will return!
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... seemingly all chinese staff to the blue patterned vases on display in the lobby. room 1115 is a nice suite ( derek up to his tricks again) w a half dozen gorgeous macarons in a box and plate of fresh fruit waiting in the room. was up at 6 so rather tired but made it to the gym for a 30min session to atone for the rubbish i have been eating all day. no more corn kernel snacks. we have dinner booked at hotel resto ...
... sleep on their sofa, shared their vast knowledge on upping sticks and moving to TO with us and shared many a bottle of vino.
We sorted out of social security numbers, opened bank accounts, bought Cell phones (I am still not loving the whole paying to receive calls and texts but hey as someone said 'your not at home now')
We learnt that Canada also celebrate Thanksgiving but not at the same time as the USA and on TG Mon ...
... We discovered new exotic fruits and vegetables on the street stalls of the asian grocers and compared the size of the mouth watering peking ducks hanging in the windows. Despite it being reasonably early, Chinatown was bussling and in full swing. We were looking forward to comparing the transition of Chinatown from day to night later in the evening. We finally reached Kensington Market or at least the street we thought we would find it. To be honest we werent quite sure what we ...
... the bus to hurry up and come. As I was sure he was going to fall. Once aboard the bus I went past the CN Tower, and a,so past Lake Ontario to where I got off at The Distillery where they use to make whiskey when you were not able to drink the water in Toronto. It is now turned into cafe, and little boutiques. I went and checked out most boutiques, the best one I found was one called SOMA Chocolatemaker, oh the yummy smell of ...