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... lots to time to catch the plane to Victoria. We started to taxi toward the runway and then stopped. Our pilot announced there was a concern with the indicators for de-icing and we were to return to the gate. Another delay before the announcement that everything was okay and we would be taking off once the paper work was completed. Now we were over an hour behind schedule.The flight was uneventful except for the beautiful red sky as we ...
... or technology changed and the factory was abandoned and became a derelict eyesore. A conservationist type of organization saw potential there and over the past 10 years or so, has slowly revitalized the area without changing the character of the place, using the buildings that were still intact and structurally sound, and without ‘dressing them up’, have created a wonderful space for families to come play and learn, ...
... hand him folder #1 so that he will now know that we are in Rome today and tomorrow and he will now wish he had shut his eyes as we will standing in the Vatican Museum at 2pm!
The blinds all start to fly open and it is a beautiful day! We can see blue skies and snow topped mountains shortly followed by beautiful coastal views and my first glance of the Mediteranian Sea. Grant begins to spot runways ...
... from the Islands. Personally I think the CN Tower offers half as good a view for three times the price of the ferry ride to the Islands, but I include photos of both.
Toronto is another city I liked more than I expected to. It is vast, but I found it fairly easy to navigate on foot. It is also a city I would like to return to because I believe that on this visit I only scratched the surface of what Toronto has to offer, and there's so much more to be ...
Spent the morning shovelling snow, washing the car so it could go into storage and repacking my pack. All very good distractions from the thought that I would soon be on plane, flying to the other side of the world to spend 3 months traipsing around foreign countries where I know no one & nothing.
Now, as I sit near my gate waiting for my boarding ...