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... due at some point in the small hours of the morning. Running vitals, it seems I have a terrible cold, my eyes are red and sore, I have sneezed no less than thirty times today- no exaggeration, trust me, I wish it was- and I have just found out that they don't sell coffee this late at the bus station. Not even a disgusting coffee spat out from a machine. I mean, come on, Toronto- epic oversight! There is a noisy but adorable kid wrapped in a pink ...
... On Sunday, I found myself going all fan-girlish. An author come pastor visited us from Vancouver at church and he was quite impressive. I read his book, God in My Everything, cover to cover in a single sitting. I got a signed copy and felt a little star-struck, as he politely tried to engage me in conversation.
The parents are coming to Toronto for a visit which is exciting, with a packed itinerary. Also, news just in! My lovely brother has just ...
... I was chosen, and the shock I was in. Lindsey and Justin played a prank on me by making it seem as though I wasn’t going to be picked. My emotions went from being devastated to an uncontrollable happiness in a matter of seconds. Can you imagine what that could do to a person’s emotional state? I even emailed Linds afterwards to apologize for my lack of speech, only being able to form the words "Really?!" ...
... by the free samples of fudge,
in the maple leaf fudge shop. They even had a chocolate shop! My kind of place!
We even visited an amazing Christmas
every day shop. It was less overwhelming on 7th September! Back in
the bus, Christina neatly described the war of 1812 as when Canada kicked
American backside. Apparently, the Americans burnt down the Angel Inn, an
English style pub which the Canadian troops were particularly fond of. ...
... the old town admiring the streets and buildings. One memorable experience in Quebec City was I had the best burger I have had so far on the trip. A chunky beef burger with salad, goats cheese and relish. Mmmmm. I don't know what you were talking about all this time Kayne, I thought that Toronto was nowhere near as much of a **** hole as you made it out to be. It has a little bit of everything, Melbourne, New York and Monaco. Also the Chinatown in Toronto was the ...