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I have been staying in Hostel's for the past 10year and this is by far the worst.
The expect you to pay for the toilet paper
They have not cleaned the shower/washroom for the past 3days
They had a tea towel stuffed in the air ventalation, thus preventing the AC from working.
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Next we walked through the Ghostly Pines scare zone on the way to some more mazes. Here characters walked the streets and scared anyone passing by. It was dark and there were a lot of people so often you didnt know there was a zombie or vampire near you until the were right in front of you or there was a bunch of screaming and running people in front.
We went to the Terror of London maze, which was old English Saloon, Jack the Ripper Style. You ...
... typical surfer guys who are always out on the water... Which obviously would be a good thing for us now since it means they are experienced. We are told not to worry about getting wet, that is just part of the adventure and as for the canoe flipping over and getting us near drowning, well, that only happened once and in horrible weather conditions. An immediate look up to the sky. It is gray and looks like rain. That is not too comforting...
We get our life jackets on ...
... and stamp my passport as we went from Terminal E to F. Very casual about letting us in which was quite a change from trying to get into the USA or even back into Canada. However we were not carrying anything illegal other then Hurst Bakery cookies courtesy of Dianne and of course snack from Paula which included a mixture of chips and healthy crackers and chocolate as well as Nancy's infamous travelling nuts! The car was collected. It is an SUV Hyundai that will serve us well ...
We were on our own and we had no idea where we were going or how it would all pan out! After being so well cared for these past two and a half months, it was a somewhat disconcerting feeling, even for rather experience travellers such as ourselves. I guess I can see how homebodies prefer to stay home; the venturing off to new places can perhaps make them feel a little too uncomfortable to be enjoyable.
Dad dropped us off at the GO train ...