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... as it sounded. There was a beautiful view
across the valley although I chickened out of jumping across the small gap with a 20 foot ravine below to
witness it. My view, as an alive individual, was perfectly fine! Remembering my mal-coordinated tendencies, visions of heading to a rural A and E flashed before my eyes. The farmer
guy, a stereotypical Canadian with a bushy beard and a lumberjacket, warned us
about his pesky neighbour ...
... friendly anyway but I did see her with the Katy kola a few times on the trip haha. The tour was actually 3 tours joined together I didn't know until the pre tour meeting but anyway, so there was the 26 day grand southerners (me) then we had the 14 day la to New Orleans crew (the best crew and a heap of awesome chicks from mack town haha one actually lives right around the corner, small works) then we picked up the 14 day Eastern. Adventure group in New Orleans (15 mostly slutty ...
Jolaine and I met in Toronto and spent several hours catching up in the Maple Leaf Lounge. With a couple of glasses of wine under our belts, we prepared for our business-class flight to Zurich. Its my first time in a pod - very excited! AM Traveling business class is such a treat. ...
... handed over my credit card to the cashier, and we eagerly stepped inside.
The standard 'museum' began, and as usual, tourists wandered through, only half paying attention, searching for the lift to reach the main attraction. The lift had the cool feature that it had a small glass floor which looked into the elevator shaft, and a glass window that looked out of the building over the city. There were a few different platforms at the top; an observatory that was inside ...
... the subway station I was picked up by Wendy who is going to be my boss for the next few months. The BBQ went really well, everyone seemed super nice. Having an accent was quite a novelty. I start work on the 2nd of June. My impression of Toronto was that it is really easy to navigate, busy but not in your face and there is a lot of buskers. The locals were generally really willing to help (especially with ...