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... Oh well, I am sure after 30 days together we will survive a few hours apart. We are boarding the plane shortly heading to Amsterdam, short layover then onto Kilimanjaro airport where our driver Innocent (as not guilty) will be picking us up and taking us to our lodge. I can't believe that after months of preparation my trip is finally here. Last night as my final prep I watched Brynn and Hadley's borrowed copy of The Lion King. Time to head out for my big ...
... to brag about. Like this time I hooked up with this total 10 in Mexico...it was rad." - Alex
"I like traveling. It's fun when I go a different place that's not home, and I like trying new food." - Benj
"No, really. I'm not lying." - Alex
(I pointed out to Alex that his grandparents might read this. He said, "That's right Nanny & Pop!") Ha! Traveling with a keen sense of humour is even better.
Got up early in Sudbury to finish up some last minute packing. Got away around 10:00 stopping at the Mandarin in Barrie for lunch.
Continued on to the Sears Clearance for a quick stop and headed to Woodbine Racetrack Slots to kill an hour before heading to the airport. Came out up $200.00 YAY, ...
... found a pair of boots that look But most importantly fit me - the only ones in the shop, so I bought them. They were originally $200 plus tax with 40% off, so I got them for $135 in the end. Hopefully we can recoup all the taxes that we have paid though when we get back to the airport before coming home. I really wanted to go to the CN Tower (pronounced 'sen') since it was such a nice day; they say you can see as far as Niagara and New York on a clear day! It was about ...
... started shuffling up with suitcases like my zombie brethren. It worked out so much cheaper to take the taxi to the bus stop, for the airport bus only costs $3.50, though beware- no change! Yes, I learnt the hard, five-dollar-note way. I sat beneath the horrendous bus lighting as we poured over the Angus L. MacDonald bridge, careering out of darkened Halifax, departing Dartmouth, without a glance backwards at what we were leaving behind. It was so very early and dark, I ...