Comfort Inn - Barrie/Essa Road
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The warm leather couch in my Mom's has always been a safe place to crash but for some reason it just isn't keeping me relaxed tonight. I winder what could possibly be stressing me out...maybe it's the fact
I LEAVE FOR CHINA IN JUST OVER A DAY!!!
John, my teacher China buddy, mentioned in his blog tonight that it feels like just yesterday we were planning ...
... of us and we were near asking for 'Depends' - gosh we laughed hard!
Mom had a great visit - we were there for a couple of hours but it was time to start heading north.
We only made it to Parry Sound that night which means we have to push hard the next two days. Kathy and Karen were so surprised at how much stuff we had to bring into the hotel just for Keko and Mom - not including everyone else! It was great having the help - thanks girls ...
... the 2 x3 foot elevator.....the only one in the hotel.......her blood pressure rising as she didn't want to be left behind!! She was helped into the shuttle or perhaps pushed in is a better word and the remaining 3 waved her off.....she was then dropped off at the wrong end of the terminal and walked a fair way pulling luggage to the correct area for the security search. Her real trauma occurred at the security check where she had to remove her scarf ( she has become ...
... of before, and enjoyed it all. Eating from the street hawkers is a normal, everyday activity for people in Malaysia; a practice that would never pass Canadian food inspection laws. And yet, we never once became ill from eating food from hawkers, or a road side restaurant. Go figure.
Malaysia provides a true mix of cultures (Malay, Chinese, Indian, etc.), religions (Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist), nature (rain forests, beaches, ...
... We were able to don most of our rain gear while the ferry crossed (a short trip) and finished on the other side before continuing our ride into Trenton.
One of the major stops on the Ride for Dad cross-country tour was planned to be the Canadian Forces Base at Trenton. This base is where all Canadian soldiers are repatriated when they have been killed overseas. The soldier's bodies are then transferred to Toronto ...
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