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... seemed to want me to follow ... made worse by construction on the major arterial expressway that reduced one side of it from four lanes to two.
It took me almost 30 minuets to get onto the feeder to the expressway from one of the main streets ... and then traffic crawled for another 20 minuets to get past the construction.
What the GPS thought should be a 40 minuet trip took ...
... cold and snowing or too hot). On Sunday we headed out to Niagara Falls. It was raining the majority of the time but it was still worth going. I was at the Canadian Niagara Falls which was very much a tourist city, the main street was like driving through a theme park. We got a ticket on the Hornblower and took the boat to the bottom of the falls. The Horseshoe Falls were the more impressive falls (50 x 650m wide), the plunge alone went 35m below ...
... this was nothing. So we wandered up to our hostel and realised the door was locked with a security code. By this time two other backpackers had joined us saying they were looking for somewhere to stay and the other hostel across the road had directed them to this hostel as they were booked out. After knocking for a short while someone at the hostel opened the door and let us in....no questions asked. We turned the corner to where you would expect reception to be and there was a ...
... familiar everything was. Though the people and place were different, the songs were the same, the babies cried mid way through service, the prayers were about the same issues. There, it really drove home the point that God is not a God of just Singapore, but God of all people and nation. We worship the same God.
... and kept joking that as long as we had a $50 note we would get everything for free because no one seemed to be able to break it. Our next stop was at cafe unwind (a cafe run by a Melbourne lady) Erin bought a coffee here and would you believe...our free run was over! :( she gave us change from the $50. Once Erin was happily sipping on her coffee we made our way to Kensington markets where we visited 'Cobs' a chain bakery that has the exact same design and produce as ...
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