Madison Manor Boutique Hotel
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... the adventure of a life time, I want to instead see this 'good bye' as a 'see you later'. We always take the people we love wherever we go. So friends and family, you're on this journey with me! The emotional farewells are a thing of the past and I'm ready to embrace my travels with you. Check in often for updates, pictures and general happenings from the life and times of Kat in Dhaka! ;)
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... as we are concerned. A fascinating scrutiny of the knobs, switches and dials on the flight deck before it's "Up, up and away" to the Big Apple. Great service; yup, beef or chicken mains, but relaxed and civilised. The films were not what we had hoped for, but we read and snored with abandon. A courtesy visit to the Upper Class bar (and why not?) a few more "How is ...?" and "What did .....?" and it was back to our seat for more slumber before our descent into ...
... and saying how great it was to finally see us. After a few minutes we were joined by her son Joey as well. It seemed like we were all good friends that commonly met up, the conversation was flowing and a lifetime of catching up was done. It was a perfect night. We ended up drinking on Chris's balcony after last orders in the pub then got a taxi back to our hotel. Typically in this room we had for one whole night had a kitchen a balcony and a living ...
... but the whole time you're there with a smile on your face because how many people can say they have not only been to Niagara Falls, but been in a boat on the river itself and straddled the border of America and Canada at the same time :).
After the boat ride, Jess decided we should try walking back to the bus depot (I say Jess, because if you do decide to do that walk one day, know that it's not as close as the little map would have you think). It was a good ...
... ridiculously large map of the city the hostel have me, I decided I wanted to go to Toronto Islands, although I never knew they existed until looking at the map. The Irish girl from my room and an Aussie guy also said they wanted to come to, so we walked along the water front and got a boat over to the islands. We arrived on the islands, which gave you an amazing view of the city skyline, but as we were quite cold we decided to go and grab a cuppa from a small cafe we saw, it's was ...