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... we went all the way up to Queens Street
West, admiring a beautiful rainbow beaming from the CN tower, and were all rather
perplexed at mountains of clothes hanging from a window counting as an art
exhibit. There were music acts, with a
carnival feel, loud drums and percussion which was good fun. Dave remained
sceptical throughout proceedings, not convinced that this was proper art, but
he seemed to have a good time regardless!
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Saturday, September 6
We headed in to Toronto on the scooter again to do some shopping and a few errands. We didn't go all the way in to the center of the city again though since there were miles of shops on the streets out in the suburbs where the campgrounds are located. It was a dry day so no problems with the ...
We are heading off for a Himalayan Adventure. We will be exploring the mountains, villages and monasteries of the Himachal Pradesh province in northern India. However, I am heading to give a few talks at a hospital in Tamil Nadu (southern India, near Chennai) first so Andre and I will meet up in Delhi next week. This is definitely the furthest ...
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7am wake-up, said "bye" to Theo as he headed to work, packed my bag, washed the dishes for Theo, and headed to the airport. It took two metros and an RER train to get there. By far the biggest airport I've been in. Three terminals, then I had to go to 2E (from 2a-2e), then had to take a skytrain to a sub-terminal M (K, L, M in 2e), then to my gate 44. It's nuts! This sub-terminal must be for all the far international flights because I ...