Residence & Conference Centre - Toronto
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... s the first city that we've come across where finding help really isn't easy. Everyone is far too busy and in far too much of a rush. We finally figured out which train station we needed to get to and which train station was closest to the hotel. All well and good until our suitcase broke on us on route. It's a good job we are coming to the end of this trip. Out of it's 6 wheels only one works and the handle has snapped clean off. Not what you need at around 7am with 3 days ...
... and explore the rest of this building. Our body's were in pain simply just from laughing so much. The jokes and tales had been going non stop all night so far!! Whatever you do just don't ever mention the word "ice" to Ken as he will burst out laughing, haha
After wandering around in circles and Andrew leading us up and down every wrong stairwell possible ;-) we found the place we were looking for and that was the glass floor. Standing on this glass 500m above the ground ...
... first station a man showed us how the early inhabitants would have reduced the sap to make the syrup using hot stones placed in an hollowed out log. This was followed by a lady dressed in period costume who was using cauldrons over fire to reduce the sap and finally we went into the Sugar Shack where the process was much more refined. The resulting syrup is then bottled or canned ready for sale.
We saw the sap dripping ...
We arrived in record time into Toronto. I can't ever remember a 777 traveling at 687mph - must have been a very good tail wind.
We've walked the 10 miles from our gate over to the little puddle jumpers in Section F of YYZ waiting for our prop job to pull up to Gate 87 for our flight into Nashville. Flights on time so we're good to go.
Keli - thank you for driving all the way into Nashville to pick us up - it's really appreciated.
... cutting vessel. I can't imagine what is is like to journey back and forward to the island in this manner - in order to get to school or work. Those Canadians are very tough!
I was also impressed by the close community and the sharing of resources; a central repository of second hand clothes, books and other household gear was the clearly the go-to location of the island for the ...