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... to an impassable road that is under construction and try as we might to get her to change her mind that is not possible to do. After a few turns here and there and some thinking on the part of the actual driver, we manage to find ourselves on the right trail and back at our lodging for the night. We talk with my aunt a bit more and then it is time for us to think about bed as tomorrow we head for Niagara Falls where, I am sure, some adventures ...
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We both took the opportunity to take advantage of shopping for clothes. Since sizing is a bit of an issue for both of us in Korea (due to the fact that neither of us are thin and tall, nor do we weigh 100lbs), shopping for clothes has been challenging. Most girls here are rather unshapely, with no hips and curves and most guys are very tall and very thin. Luckily we were able to pick up a few things. For Kelsey, ...
... Nicolas was there first. Cynthia came as well. We all went to the function room and asked many questions about the audience and how we could do to present great. Cynthia continued helping Laura and gaby pack the materials. I went back to the room and rehearsed. They called me to go to dinner like at 930 and we walked a bit around to find places. We ate at an italian, not so expensive place and I had a beer. They paid. We walked back to the hotel and called it a ...
... over the lake. It almost seemed like sea and sky had come together and reminded me a bit of The Truman Show. Because it was so warm, we decided to go for a swim so we picked a more sandy spot on the east coast of the peninsula and went for a dip in the warm, shallow water. It was just what we needed.
After the swim, we were trying to decide on whether we wanted to stop in London, Ontario which was just over 100kms away.or continue along Highway ...
... continuing on our way the next day. We decided to park our truck and trailer at a truck stop, The Flying J, and by 6:30 we were safely tucked in between the other big rigs. I took this picture of our trailer sandwiched between the big trucks. With our propane heater, lights run by battery, and WiFi provided by the Flying J, we were comfortable in our home-away-from home. Despite the constant coming and going of trucks throughout the night, we had a good night's sleep.
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