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Travel Blogs from Milford
... a presentation on the history of the island which we both enjoyed.
All religions are regonized here as there is a church for every imaginable faith .All children go to school from age 5 to 11 and then they must write an entrance exam to secondary school. If they fail they go to another school and after 3 years they can take the exam again.
Every citizen who works here pays school taxes (15%), pays into social security, health care (this is ...
... evening was great and we had a good visit with everyone getting along very well.
The day flew by and once again we had to get organized to leave in the morning.
Our luggage was being picked up about 11am for the shuttle to the ship. Unfortunately we had to wait about 90 minutes before we left the hotel. It was crazy with all the people to be transported to the port as there were about 8 ships in harbour and going everwhere.
Once we got to the ...
... and other correspondences.
We are next heading to Clayton, New York to see the Antique Boat Museum, fuel up and pump out the holding tank. So far we've burned 175 gallons of diesel for an average of about 3 miles per gallon.
After Clayton we plan to stop at Boldt Castle before going back to Kingston and the start of the third leg: The Rideau Canal to Ottawa.
... london-uk/. She has also been keeping a blog while in London which is far superior to my efforts. This can be reviewed at http://lookrightturnleft.wordpress.com/ .Our other daughter, Melanie, is flying over from Vancouver at the same time so we can all check out the city and Colleen can be a mini tour guide (although she will have to work some of the time).We had originally thought ...
... of the Lady Of The Cape. It was wonderful! As you can see from the pictures a bright sunny day.
I help kids pray the Rosary at two schools in Stratford and the Lady of the Cape was the story of the May Celebration this year and it was great to be here and relive the story this year.