Crowne Plaza Kitchener-Waterloo
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... evening on Sunday, but we don't actually leave Bangkok until Monday night, so I've got a buffer there. And then coming home, I don't really care what happens; it's just going home so it's not like I will miss anything! Fingers crossed I won't need to rely on any of these back-up plans, but I have learned that you can never be too prepared! I will try to keep this blog updated as often as I can. Happy ...
... and slowly getting everything ready. I only managed to get half-packed as the weather has been absolutely unbearable around here with gross amounts of humidity and having to handle my heaviest sweaters and jimjam sets was seriously putting me off. On the contrary, my suitcase has been serving as TJ's favourite place to sleep - you would think he has enough warmth with all of that hair. I also now have a bug jacket. I will post a photo of it asap as it is so great. I am also ...
... to the park where all kinds of different ethnic food tents had been put up. Every type of food you could imagine! Turkish,
Indian, Vietnamese, Turkish, Chinese, Turkish, Greek and Turkish. Even Turkish!
After getting a fake-vegetarian vietnamese meal (with tiny pieces of ham in the rice – It’s a
trap!) I got my camera out a got awesome magic hour shots of the guys, which
... Had a great lunch in a Bistro there.....then headed off down the highway to see a privately owned STEAM museum. Michael was in his element....there were thousands of square feet of steam junk and paraphernalia....steam trains, engines, etc, etc, etc.....
So back to Fergus and dinner at the Breadalbane Inn. Mussels! Yum!
... long, floppy eared, genetic mutation of a dog, that he shipped it to my parents for £120; just enough to cover the cost of transportation
After tearing down the old wooden structure, which had been in danger of toppling over of its own accord, dad (and those of us he could rope into assisting), bolted the 4’ x 2’ slabs together to form a 15’ x 30’ building. Split into two roughly equal halves, the front was a 1 vehicle garage housing a coal ...