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... Jacob Woods. He was renting the three rooms in the upstairs of his home and it was the perfect scenario for me. I was all settled in and enjoying the summer when I came across the job posting for a TESL position in Brazil. I applied for the job and by early July, I was accepted and planning my trip to Rio De Janeiro! I was expected to start on August 4th but I had to apply for my Brazilian Visa and that can take up to four weeks to process and arrive, so I ...
... Canada Day (July 1).
While most of the houses in Toronto make use of the locally produced red clay bricks, there are some which use white stone. These narrow blocks of very expensive row houses have identical black doors, brass numerals and kick plates, and a general air of quiet wealth. I'm sure that I've seen streets like them in every movie about London made in the past 30 years.
Howard and Margaret's older daughter, ...
... falls was very ‘over the top’; however I was not
prepared for how ‘over the top’ it was.
Having yet to visit Las Vegas I can’t help thinking that this is a very
B grade version of a tackiness that even they would not stoop to!
Wading through an endless amount of chain
restaurants and souvenir shops we finally had the chance to get to a point to
where we could view the Falls. I would have to admit at ...
... we struck out to Sundridge. The roads were clear and quiet! We were both wide awake and the trip was easy - thank goodness! We arrived to Mom and Dad's a little after 3am...just in time to help Santa and then to help Mom put in the turkey.
It was again a beautiful ending to a wonderful trip! Thank you to everyone who made the trip so awesome!!
... we got back to the hotel room!
We walked out of the restaurant and bingo . .. a cab suddenly appears!! This one was a little more attuned to the proclivities of old *****.
By time we left, the little squall had passed . . . and the clear skies reappeared.
I went for another walk . . . to photograph the Timbuktu store (it is going out of business . . . better hurry!) . . .and the Old Toronto City Hall, complete with a panhandler who was ...
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