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... to do with the schools/students/lessons and it has certainly been a source of anxiety. It is really hard to plan and bring supplies when you don't know what you are walking into!
The next two days will certainly be crazy busy and really stressful but hopefully as everything plays out it will start to feel more comfortable!
... is packed earth, for example, as the locals believed the earth was sacred and couldn't conceive of it being hemmed in and covered over in a place of worship, and the altar area was more open as the locals preferred to be up close to the ceremonies, not removed as in a regular Church.
After that, I headed up the Peninsula to Discover Bay, which was a British Naval Dockyard, in miniature, during the period just before and just ...
I can't believe it is nearly here. I really hope that today was the very last time that I will be at Target. A late night of report writing, 6 hours of zzz's and a few more hours at work tomorrow. Then the final pack-up and house prep! The to-do list is dwindling. Enjoyed reading the younger boys a bedtime about Pompei. Can't wait to see it!
... CAA will provide them, but they are much cheaper to get at Costco ($6.99).
A few weeks before departure, British Airways advised us of a seat change. The new seats are fine - the middle two on a 3-2-3 row configuration. The problem is that we are no longer on aa Boeng 787 (Dreamliner). Rather, the transatlantic leg will now be on the older 767. We will find out if it is as noisy as reviews suggest.
We left London for Toronto, with a few rumours that there was some rough weather in Canada. We had no idea!
This was the shortest haul flight, at 8 hours or so. It was also the
worst, in my opinion. And it wasn't the weather! Air Canada has some really poor policies around
travelling with an infant... you can't check in off-site OR early, so
you can't really get a good seat, and so we were without the bassinet.
We did manage ...