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... told you more about the standard of food and service. Furthermore the lady's toilet did not lock and the restrooms were in a horrible state and made me feel sick to be in there. On top of that, the coffee was regular and it had to be the worst I have ever tried. I could not drink it at all. I could not even give it away to the homeless people sitting outside. Relieved, we walked back to the loft hoping to find an email from Cait but disappointment prevailed. I had noticed ...
... But I was in Toronto now, awol, hybrid, unpredictable. So I said to the waitress the immortal word of reply, Yes. So the business man was an industrialist based in Vancouver but living in America. He had once been to Afghanistan to work with warlords and was touchingly Republican in a fairly non-abrasive way. We talked of so many things, American politics, the living history of London, nation-building, Canada, rocks, ...
This morning started rainy. We completed a few indoorsy bits - sorting out our bags which were slowly creeping around the apartment, checking finances (which don't worry mums, we're still doing OK,) and booked ourselves on a couple of exciting excursions, including baseball tonight. We left Anna and Jamie to work at home while we plodded off in our rain coats. We'd aimed to hit the Cherry beach who he'd we'd already missed out on once ...
... too bad as they have free ipads that you can access in most of the waiting/gate areas so you can pass the time. What a neat idea! I left electronic devices at home and turned off my cell in USA, as I do not have International service. We have watched a lot of people come and go at this gate. Flights all over the world!
... It is unlike anything I had seen before I visited in 2012 and is unlike anything I have seen since. They have skilfully woven traditional First Nation's healing with the traditional western medicine and it is pretty amazing. Met lots of NPs (nurse practitioners), my supervisor Dr Pluta (Paediatrician), RNs (registered nurses), dietician, occupational therapist, child health worker, mental health workers, social worker and the local traditional ...