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Was lucky enough for the temperature to be 5C the day I returned, so it wasn't too bad of a transition, but not quite the summer climate of BA, good job I'm off to Mexico for the holidays in a few days (thanks Dad)! After such an amazing trip with so many different destinations, I though I'd put a few summary thoughts together on some favourites in case anyone is looking for idea. In answer to the most common question I've been ...
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... t set theirs up yet) and discover the Consulate would not recieve papers after 1:30pm. It was 3pm. Rather disappointed that our trip to Toronto seemed in vain, we decided to research something to do while we were here - we may as well make the most of it. We racked our brains and googled everything we thought of, but nothing was in our price range or walking distance. Craving fries we decided to look for a Maccas and walk ...
... wait for the baggage, it always takes ages"
Me: "Uh Laura? Didn't you only bring carry on?"
Laura: "hahaha doh"
(And I'm the blonde one?!)
Laura's Grandpa picked us up and we headed an hour to Woodstock. As we drove from the airport, the distinct feel of the small friendly town that St.John's is, disappeared. It was replaced by a highway with six lanes both ways, big commercial buildings and a fair amount of traffic. The fact that it was 9:30pm Newf ...
... a shower and a power nap!"
We have now cleared security and are enjoying our first Tim Hortons in six weeks. Well Heather is enjoying it, I'm still caffeine free and have been for nine weeks now. So I'm stuck with frozen lemonade while Heather drinks tea. Excited to get home and see everyone including Grandad and Auntie Maureen who are here visiting for Heather's graduation next week.