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I arrived in Toronto on Monday after almost three weeks in the arctic, and had a well-earned rest. My time with friends of our family was very relaxing. We did take a relaxing day out to Bracebridge, which is a pretty town on the banks of the Muskoka River. This town lies at 45 degrees latitude, which is exactly halfway between the Equator and the North Pole. It is reportedly the summer home of Santa Claus (but don't tell anyone)! The ...
... dippy at using them. I can say that today cuz I aced it! Standing in line to drop off my checked luggage I watched a chap try unsuccessfully to peel back the checking luggage item.
Only the second time I have had my carry on dumped [once with Lufthansa]. Must have been due to my electric personality.
Sitting in Terminal 2 at 0900, just over 3H before departure. Mucked around with cleaning out email inboxes, an email or two or three and very ...
... seem to lose all manners when they are in tourist mode. Our top gripes are:
1) People taking smiley happy selfies at memorial sites.
... residents'. The place was infested with rats and the interior was condemned by the city for so many violations and unfit for habitation.
They tried to move 'the residents' out but two elderly people refused to goto shelters far from downtown. The sisters agreed to let those two stay until ...
... piles of ancient, gothic rocks on our little island. It reminded me of what my Toronto contact said the other day: Canada was still relatively new, with shallow history (if you discounted the indigenous narrative and upheld the colonial one). There were too many distractions to focus quite solemnly enough on the Ceremony, but that was okay - being British, I'd rather mourn and remember when entirely alone. There was ...