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... was actually pretty crummy. Very loud, small, and no good food. Peter found a decent, albeit young, porto to help ease the pain. We both nodded off a bit here and there, awakened by uncannily-stereotypical cackling from the Chinese workers in the lounge.
Ok, enough about the lounge! How about the airplane (Peter is, and has always been, an airplane nerd)? Our airplane was a 777-300ER, which is certainly the longest airplane ...
... all just be a dream that wasn’t actually true, that this has actually just been a mistake and soon I’ll have to go back to some other place. But it isn’t. All I can say is God is a good Dad. He knows my heart, and desires to draw something out of me that he has planted. The soil here is good. It’s nurturing, gracious, inviting. There is room for grace and conversation, laughter and celebration. Space is provided for growing, for asking questions, ...
... dropping away, the seat moving and scenery of Canada being shown. It was very good. You could pay half price and do it again so Matt decided we should do that. We returned later in the day to do so.
We went to the German Christmas Market. There was a lot of food there but not too much else. Matt walked further on to the ice hockey stadium to enquire about ...
... wear them at home so why wear them anywhere else? Was a silly idea to take one with me. Calum showed me where the post office was yesterday so i went to see how much it would be to send that stuff home. Deep breath and i open the front door. What will i witness today, god only knows. Didnt take long until i saw something out of the ordinary. I get to the edge of china town and this dude with only shorts on and holding a massive stick is walking ...
... Toronto's subway but feels newer and brighter. Driving through Vancouver was really interesting noticing differences and similarities. Everyone In the residential areas grow huge hedges. The houses are mostly hidden behind them. There are many gated entryways to the remind me of the ironwork in San Francisco. Downtown core was really tricky to drive because the roads were obviously more narrow than the ones we are used to in Ontario. ...