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... I (leaders) proceeded to the International Departures area, while mum and dad (followers) lagged behind. Next minute dad's yelling out 'Oy, OY! You're heading to international departures you know?' I said 'Yeh..? (Confused) - we know - that's where we want to go'. No further comment from dad so we continued on our way. We couldn't check in until 6:00 am, and while waiting I made the comment above about forgetting that it was an international route and needing to be at ...
... that there are endless possibilities of what may or may not happen both to me and to those I love (with both good and bad outcomes) over the course of this time away. But, fear cannot and should not dominate our minds or actions, especially when it relates to those things we have little or no control over. So, here I go, off on ANOTHER adventure of a lifetime!! How lucky am ...
... of cider. My gosh did
my fellow tourists enjoy their free cider! Massive jugs were thrust in front of the
tap. Our farmer chappie, who I will affectionately name Canadian old MacDonald,
feeds the apples to the deers! What a lucky bunch they are. I reckon the
Ashridge deer are pretty jealous, as they resign themselves to getting hit by
golfballs from Berko golf course.
We had some free time, which we duly spent checking ...
Toronto is a a big city, much bigger than Montreal but it is a city under construction. Every where we went there were skyscrapers and high rise apartment blocks being built. There were plenty of roadworks and Union Station was being completely renovated. Obviously the effects of the GFC are not being felt here.
We did all the touristy things including visiting the CN Tower, the Financial Centre, St Lawrence Market, St James Cathedral, ...
... violent and horrific play, I chickened out and spent a wild night out at the Aquarium. I could have gone to visit a brewery with other students, but as I’m not really a fan of beer I switched Stella for sting rays. There were a lot of lovely fish to see, and they had a conveyor belt with one of those glass tunnels, where you can see sharks and stingrays circling above you. That was pretty awesome. Then, we were allowed to stroke sting rays and ...
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