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safe. Nobody is safe. They just love crime.”
It was amusing to listen to them because they were old and stupid and
making fools of themselves but he knew that the fate of the world hung largely
on the whims of old and stupid people. He felt tired and he stood up. “Thanks
for the lesson, but I've got to go.”
He walked away and left the old couple to sit and be glad they lived
among civilized people. ...
... itself). However, apart from a little mishap right off when we got lost inside Union Station, we found it an easy enough city to navigate, and it wasn't overwhelmingly large when we were just walking around. When we went up the CN Tower it looked a whole lot larger but when we were down in the thick of things it wasn't too scary. I believe Kate mentioned in her blog that we were told the best way to get around was to walk and, with the exception of our trip to ...
I'm actually having a bit of a tough time answering this question right now... I've had about 10 days to get myself organized and say goodbye to as many people as possible (considerably more than last year) but it has all been such a blur that it's hard to believe I'm sitting in a terminal waiting for a plane that will take me almost as far away as possible from home. (Side note: add furthest ...
... the current unrest there, we're hoping that the only heat we'll experience will be from the sun. We'll do our best to avoid the unpleasantries, but if we sense any danger, we'll just leave and go someplace safer. It all fits into the spontaneity theme for this trip. So, we hope that you'll keep reading to see how we survive on the exchange as well as on the streets of Bangkok.
... to hold it high
If ye break faith with us who die,
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields
Composed at the battlefront on May 3, 1915 during the second battle of Ypres, Belgium by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae
How many times a day do we read in the news that bombs have gone off? That another group of people has been killed in the brutal wars going on? How many times do ...