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... to come over for the evening but I am extending an invitation to him to join us at the Museum. He is unsure but says he will get back to me. I tell him what time we would like to leave and we agree that if we do not hear from him before then we will go on without him.
We are uploading pictures and catching up on email. The sun is shining outside but it looks and feels rather humid. My aunt's dogs are going in and out. The ...
... a particularly important part of being home. Shopping with her mom and sister is something that the three of them would do on a regular basis and since being in Korea, shopping just hasn't been the same.
But, like most things in life, it is usually the little things that make the biggest impressions. Things like having a dryer for your clothes, being able to use a toilet that isn't wet from your morning shower, buying things with English ...
... when your connecting flight is at 0740.
Customs was slow. The baggage carousel was slow. At least the baggage drop off was fine. Another round of security was slow. Notwithstanding the seemingly tortoise-like progress [after the Galapagos, I was an expert on tortoises], I was in Terminal A at 0634.
Had time for a much needed coffee. No wifi so some culling. Seated by 0723 on the Bombardier
We had Leanne drop us off at Applby station so we could catch the GO train into Toronto for the weekend. Jodie's friend and her son were coming down from Brockville to meet us. Jodie was excited to met her friend in person as they have become good mates over the Internet. The train system in Toronto is awesome and run on time, it makes getting into the city center really easy. We arrived and as we were early we found a food court and had ...
... roadtrip has been full of a lot of little decisions like this because you can either make a driving day to spend some extra time at the next destination or stop more often which limits the next day. Eventually we decided on driving onwards to Hamilton, but we couldn't find a suitable campground near the highway that runs from Toronto to Niagara Falls so we had to go a little bit further to St Catharines. We took a little detour through downtown Hamilton which ...