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... on music, encompassing eastern and western ideals, style, and culture to create a universal movement. Their collective experiences and inspiration from their travels led them to the collaboration under the name Monsoon-Music which encompasses all of their musical and other activities and events. The festival is one of those cooperative efforts, as well ...
... see the inside of castles when touring with Thomas and Dominique.
Before we left on Friday we took a walk by Lake Ontario and saw some of the geese Mary has been feeding in Northville.
It was a beautiful sunny day and all the high-rise buildings of Toronto gleamed in the sunshine. (Mary would like to protest here, as geese fly south, not north in this season, :-) )
... communicate within the company and/or it has no flexible bone in it's system.
They demanded I:
# Have a canadian phone nr (thank god I live on residence because I have a phone there)
# Am home to pick up the phone when the DRIVER calls to make an appointment for that day
-it does not matter that I already called the company EVERY DAY to tell them where and at what time they could deliver it at the front desk, they didn't seem to care-
# Am home the entire day ...
So I said a sorry goodbye to my carbon copy, heather and Jaclyn at the airport. Cleared security with the typical swabbing of all my stuff and am just waiting for boarding.... The adventure begins! Landed in Toronto safe and sound. My ears are in agony. Funny enough another fitness instructor I was deployed with was sitting with me! It was a ...
... waited in the worlds longest queue to get to the elevators. When we eventually got the elevator, we were ushered in and taken up around 300 floors in less than 60 seconds...it was just as smooth and fast as the one we went in at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, except that this one had a glass floor that you could look down as you went up. The observation floor was loads bigger than we were expecting and had like cafes and restaurants up there, which was pretty cool. The views ...