Days Inn Kingston
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Dag 11: We zijn vanuit montreal naar kingston gereden. In kinston aangekomen direct ingecheckt in ons hotel. We lagen aan de rand van kingston. Bij een klein winkelcentrum, daar een tijdje rondgehangen. Veel hebben we die dag niet meer gedaan. Bij ons hotel zat een restaurant die 24u per dag open is. Daar lekker gegeten en 's avonds tv gekeken. De tv zenders hier blijven geweldig!
... out there had been an explosion and everyone was evacuating the building! (Nothing to do with Rick and toast!).
Friday we headed out of town and after a while on the freeway turned off onto Route 33 which was beautiful! Vineyards and along side Lake Ontario. Part of the road was a free ferry. Drove through Picton and Wellington without getting our tyres wet! Spent the night at Kingston on the mouth of the St Lawrence River. ...
... upstate New York area and is in a rural area near Pulaski, NY. We decided to take our time getting there and see an area we hadn’t seen before. We weren’t disappointed.
We crossed the border and then passed over the Thousand Islands bridge that spans the St. Lawrence river. As we were crossing we could see upstream and down and noticed the islands that were scattered everywhere. This place ...
... and bought some new luggage and things. We went out for dinner that night at a British pub and went to the Dollar store and the wine shop. On Tuesday we picked up Joey from work and went from there to a McDonalds to use the wifi to Skype my Granny and Granda. It was the first time in years that they got to see each other. We all enjoyed a good chat. Afterwards we drove out to Picton and got the Ferry over there. It was lovely over there ...
... westerners, you'll have to spend more efforts to make yourself heard.
Once you've gotten credibility and trust, things will be easier. They'll treat you as equal and listen to you when you speak.
I don't mean that they are discriminative. Everyone has their assumptions and guard against "outsiders". It is human nature. I just have to learn how to break down these assumptions and be part of the group.