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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... decorated! But it was nice to finally meet her mum and sister and have a proper natter to Elise her bridesmaid. Because they had a car at the house, alexis drive us to the supermarket. Omg what a place. One of the biggest I've ever seen! I could have spent hours in there. The boys went to the beer shop (alcohol served in separate stores over here!) and then we headed back for some more wine and then a wander pack to our pad for some much needed ...
... latte and fancy-pants snack while again expressing surprise at people bringing their dogs into restaurants. It's a common occurrence to see dogs accompany their owners into any shop or restaurant. See Video. Second hand shops everywhere we go Resuming our shivering stroll down Queen Street, we happened upon the funkiest second hand shop you could ever imagine. Sadly I did not grab any photos or video footage and even worse, they did not have any suitable coats for ...
... almost inedible at $12.95 a piece! Finally on flight to LA, plane is currently over middle america. Near Dodge City. Time in Toronto 1:30 pm. We are scheduled to arrive in LA 12:45 their time. Our day is going in reverse,lol! Tony fighting off a cold beside me, hope I can manage to miss ...
We have been living in Toronto now for four weeks and we are enjoying life here. Quite a different life style from hot humid Vientiane!
Our flight over here was good and we both managed to get some sleep. Joe had given himself an injection of a blood thinning medication before we left for the airport and had no ill effects from travelling so soon after his knee replacement. We went through the full body scanner at the Brisbane airport and his titanium knee didn't ...
... bases covered!
Another highlight was the airshow, which involved the Canadian equivalent of the red arrows circling, diving and flying dangerously close to each other. Flipping heck, I thought, very impressed but also feeling like an anxious mother. Later I overcame my mild fear of heights and went on this ski lift type thing which took you all the way over the park, with beautiful views of terrified tourists whizzing down log flumes and ...