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Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... food, polished off with a tasty apple
tart. Christmas had definitely come early! I’m not ashamed to say I made the most of this
opportunity, going up for a second round. It was amazing, done by a
professional chef and everything! It was nice just to chill and enjoy the
company of fellow international students!
Then last night, I went for a second thanksgiving meal with
the legends from the Christian Varsity Fellowship ...
... to her house to meet her (getting slightly lost along the way). We finally arrived and it was so good to see her again! She showed us around her house (which is so beautiful - it's like a resort, complete with hammock, trampoline and swimmingpool!) Having packed a picnic lunch we headed out the back of the property, across another farmers field, and to a lake which the owners don't use. Because of this, the Milne's had built a small wooden dock on it and had ...
... before. In the afternoon I rode my bike (whilst catching the ferry) to the Toronto Islands. A group of islands in Lake Ontario with some beaches and things. I rode around, laid in the sun a bit and then went back on the ferry. Was nice. Lots of families and people relaxing having BBQs. Could place to spend a Sunday afternoon with some beers. That night I had dinner to the Kensington Market and had beers. Ended up in Korea Town eating a second dinner at 1am - ...
... Detroit that has come about because of the downturn in the US car industry.
I found that Canada has some of the poorest signposting I have ever experienced and further delays were experienced because of this. At one stage I followed what I thought were the signs I needed to follow and spent half an hour slogging my way through local towns instead of going down the main highway.
... always say what I want to hear, but we've reached a point where I can say literally anything without being worried or scared. It's not exactly something you see every day, and that is what makes it beautiful.
Anyways, the guy's name was Jumal, and we spent a few hours talking before he departed the train about an hour before we were set to get into Toronto. All in all, it was a very interesting conversation consisting of him selling me on ...