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... Maya and Suu Kyi because I was still wrapping up with my team. The unexpected 3:30 to 4:00 conference call really threw me into a panic as I was sitting at the dining room table on my laptop, phone and iPad surrounded by all of my clothes. After the call I began tossing everything into the bag and racing around the house grabbing toiletries and some meds "just in case". So, the 4:30 departure time did not happen! I was still frantically packing my ...
... 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!
... that were the target of Ted’s interest. He decided to rent a bike to ride from site to site and Sheree decided to relax by the water and warm up in the sun.
We headed back in the evening, picked up the van and headed to our overnight spot, the luxurious long term parking facility at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. We got there late after doing some internet stuff, set up the bed for the night and conked out anticipating a 5am rise to get our 8am ...
We arrived in Tornoto late Tuesday night, thankful for Abi Saxon (who is living in Canada for a year). She was the link between us and Becky Elliott, who is having us stay. Becky, her sister Hannah, Abi Saxon, Maggie Hoult and one other sister are all renting a girls house just outside downtown Guelph. It's a beautiful house with a huge kitchen and many rooms, so it works well for all of them. They only started renting this ...
... t have to pay to check in baggage as this is part of my 'international' flight. When we arrive at Toronto, I'll have about a 5 hour wait till Laura lands (she has a stop-over in Halifax). Her grandparents are picking us up and taking us to their house for the night and tomorrow we'll drive the rest of the way (4 hours) to the ferry that crosses to the island. I'm so thankful for Laura and the fact that I can get to the island with her. The next two weeks are going to be ...