Residence & Conference Centre - King City
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Got up slow and chilled for a bit then I got ready and we went downtown. I woke up with my period, which explained why I was so cranky in Montreal! We walked through the eaton centre which is a massive shopping mall like pit street. It was really nice! I didn't buy anything though, Zio was dying to go to city hall. We walked a couple blocks and then saw the old city hall which was huge and beautiful. So historic like a castle. Then we got to the new city hall. It ...
5:45 does come early in the morning. The sound of John Ledger singing was our wake up call followed shortly thereafter with the iPhone sounding off (set just incase we had a power failure). Neither one of us had a particularly good night; I guess the excitement of going to Alaska finally caught up with us. JIll, remembered we had not copied our credit cards and passports so we did that and had breakfast. Kim was kind enough to get up at that ungodly hour to drive us to the ...
... a scorched sun was a must. I couldn't imagine how many drinks I had every day -- Tequila, pina colada, baby rise, watermelon bowl, etc.The resort I stayed did provide free surf-sailing and bike rental. Three on a sail had a great time in our morning voyage. The other day I biked along the resort nearby area covered by a canopy of palm trees and then ...
... to peek through the clouds and the rain finally stopped, giving us plenty of time to wander and dry off... Initially it was just as interesting for us to watch the streams of people that seemed to suddenly pour out of cafés and shops when the rain stopped as it was to look at the big giant waterfall that we'd come all this way to see! After reaching a point where we could almost describe ourselves as dry, we decided we ...
10 hours on a mega bus, one over night sleepover with nanny Langtree, 1 hour drive to the airport, almost 3 hours Gatwick to Reykjavik, over 5 hours to Toronto and half an hour on a bus, tube and tram to the Little Italy district where Jigsy lives. I'm not sure I'm ever going to sit down again!! Joe's mum and sister took us to the airport to give us a good send off and make sure we at least started the trip in a good state. We got through security with plenty of ...