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... but to their credit, I enjoyed it.
Next up, I went with Jaqui to the men’s lacrosse game, trying to redeem ourselves after missing it last week! It was really awesome! This was for three reasons:
a) I’ve always loved lacrosse
b) There were rather hunky men playing
c) It was so much more action packed than baseball!
Toronto were thrashing the opposition in the first half, 9-1, and we were both ...
... 10 - 17). We visited Sarah's mother Dorothy, aged 90, who was very kind to me when I was a little Howells orphan, and we made a chocolate cake for Fiona's birthday using cooked beetroot - a new one to me! I also continued with my running, which I had neglected during the previous week.
August 11th - off to Birmingham to pick Fiona up at the airport - she had flown in from Edinburgh. She has three teenage daughters and runs a cookery school so she is ...
... a winner. In recognition of our fishing exploits, both Jenny and I received an award for largest and first fish respectively. Jason didn’t win anything.
We didn't really have a plan, and if the fishing had been rubbish we may have left Earl Rowe the very next day, but everything, including the weather was working out perfectly. Chef’s JJ cooked every meal, morning, noon and night. You name it, they cooked it, macaroni & cheese with tuna, hot dogs on the ...
... where you can cycle along the Gardiner/DVP to Bloor St and back down for a 25km run. The 50km run continues up to York Mills and the DVP. While the 75km run loops back up from Bloor St again to York Mills and finally back down to the CNE grounds.
... the continent where we bought a car, lived in it for 5 months and sold it to the next backpacker. We will never forget the deserts, beaches and rainforests and the feeling of being there, facing the wilderness, just the two of us. India is the most mind blowing and incredible place that we have an intense love-hate relationship with. The hospitality and kindness of Iranian people is second to none.
Q How does it feel to be back?
A We feel that our ...