Centennial Residence & Conference Center
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... with Juan Soledad, mike Romano, Karla, Claudia, etc. it was good to meet the people I wanted. German and I went to Parque Delta to do some shopping and bought emma a book. After That we went to this little changarro on the street to eat garnachas. I ate gorditas quesadillas and more. He then drove me off to the hotel. I convinced Dharshini and Miguel to come down for a drink. We had a good talk and exchanged views on ...
... us and has lunch ready. The house has been extended up and some of the rooms have been extended so it is spacious inside. Uncle has a high tech entertainment system set up and a multi purpose smart tv is installed on the wall. We enjoy some roast chicken and salad while we catch up. Selena entertains us with her coos and wows us with her cries when she gets fussy. Manish sits on the couch trying to work while we get to know his little one.
As the afternoon passes the ...
... challenge in front of me, I really couldn't resist. A few searches through our favorite hotel chains uncovered the Springhill Suites Toronto Vaughan. A sparkling new hotel, I loved the photos. The pool in particular looked like a hidden grotto and even boasted a water feature! Totally not what I was expecting in a Category 4 hotel. Best of all, I had a Category 1-4 certificate just waiting to be redeemed for a free night.
The next morning, we took off ...
... things into my carry on that I would not normally take with me on the plane. The chance of arriving without my suitcase is not as far-fetched as you might think - on the last trip, my suitcase arrived two flights later in the day, one person's bag arrived the next day, and one unlucky person's bag arrived about five days later. I think it's because the plane from Nairobi to Kigali is not very large, and ...
... where he is concerned. Except at the Bata Shoe Museum, where they keep a pair of his shoes (I assume he gave them to the museum and, being Canadian, they were too polite to refuse).
One of my favourite things I did was take a trip out to Toronto Islands. I did this on a Sunday so every man and his wheelbarrow (no, seriously) went with me but once on the Islands the crowds dispersed and I was free to wander about as I liked. I ended up in ...