The Bostonian Executive Suites
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... off for a bite to eat at a Boston Pizza (franchised) restaurant & I also enjoyed the sight of a C17 Globemaster coming in on final approach to the airforce base. Back onto the highway & around 2 hours later we drove into Ottawa. We are staying at an Airbnb apartment in a tower for the next 3 nights. I've booked a real beauty. It's a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment on the 4th floor in a tower of about 8 floors & very spacious. Also, the ...
This is the first blog post for our El Salavdorian
For those of you who don’t know my Mother (Beryle) and I
(Kennedy) are off on an 8 day long adventure to El Salvador! We are taking part
in a Habitat for Humanity build, and will be working with a team of about 12
other Canadians to build a house for a very deserving family while we are
T-minus 24 hours until ...
... and the sappy mess they were leaving all around it. Despite his attempts to thwart them with soapy water, they had multiplied exponentially upon our arrival. Bob unpacked, while Mac and I played exterminator and ultimately plant killer. I should have taken a pic of Mac, goggled, gloved and hooded as he carted it out onto the back deck to its unfortunate death. We were totally disgusted by those nasty pests and the scum they left behind. Cleaned up, just in ...
... very beginning of the program. I just got mine in the mail now, and I was really disappointed with my first one, I wish that I had put more thought into it. The second one however, was really great and even though I only wrote it a few weeks ago it still had a nice effect on me. So I thought I'd post it. I'll have to censor just a few parts to keep myself from giving away any of my little secrets, but I'll try to keep it as close to the ...
... There were great shrieks when a lion ran at them. While we were near the lions, the guide turned off the light and we sat and listened. Snarls, growls, tearing sounds filled the night. It was unnerving realizing we were so close to lions in an open vehicle! The next morning we went by the same site and there was nothing left. The jackals had picked the bones clean and the hyenas had eaten the bones. However, we were lucky enough to see the lions sauntering across the ...