Turtle Inn B&B
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... we lost a few hours too. We arrived at Toronto International Airport at 5:45am Monday 23 March (and in San Francisco it would have been 2:45am). We were bleary-eyed standing at the customs counter when the Customs Officer checked our declaration forms and asked if we had brought any food with us. I looked at Ray quizzically, thinking hard... "oh we have muesli bars", I told her. She looked at me blankly and I said to confirm my first statement "we have two muesli bars". She ...
... I didn't go far outside of the cities) Best food (meat) - Argentinian (lamb and beef) and Africa (game meat) Best food (vegetarian) - Vietnam Most beautiful - Patagonia (Argentina/chile) Most unique experiences - Turkey (with Namibia, then Vietnam following) Coolest city - Cape Town Best temples - Siem Reap (Cambodia) Most fun rafting - Zambezi (Vic falls) Most challenging rafting - Futaleufu Give me a shout if you want to know ...
... and this included bumping into some friends on the street who were visiting Berlin when we didn’t even know they were in Germany! Towards the end of our trip, we experienced All Saints Day in Guatemala – an annual event which is celebrated by a fun kite festival.
From a financial point of view, things worked ...
... we went all the way up to Queens Street
West, admiring a beautiful rainbow beaming from the CN tower, and were all rather
perplexed at mountains of clothes hanging from a window counting as an art
exhibit. There were music acts, with a
carnival feel, loud drums and percussion which was good fun. Dave remained
sceptical throughout proceedings, not convinced that this was proper art, but
he seemed to have a good time regardless!
... on, we came to a lovely old home that had some historical significance, but I'm afraid that can't remember what. I do remember Margaret telling me that the iron fence around it was spared during the Second World War (when all other available iron was being remade into armament) because of that history. The fence was put up when the house stood alone amidst a huge cattle grazing area, and these gates were cleverly designed to ...