Travel Blogs from Orillia
I can't believe it is nearly here. I really hope that today was the very last time that I will be at Target. A late night of report writing, 6 hours of zzz's and a few more hours at work tomorrow. Then the final pack-up and house prep! The to-do list is dwindling. Enjoyed reading the younger boys a bedtime about Pompei. Can't wait to see it!
... she found it slightly cheaper for her brother who had an extra leg between Ottawa and Toronto.) She found that our Toronto to London flight offered Premium Economy service for just $50/seat, so we opted for the bigger seats, better meals, full bar, etc. to make the seven hour transatlantic leg more bearable. This seemed a bargain - on some flights this option could more than double the entire fare!
... a seat together, though! Anyway, we didn't
mind too much, as we were now pretty focussed on getting home.
we landed in Toronto, the pilot said it would take a while to deplane
because the runway was very slippery. That filled us the confidence!
Once we arrived in the terminal, we realized it was total chaos. There
must have been a thousand bags strewn about the place.
Little did we know that Toronto actually ...
(This entry was written by me in January.. I have it posted as September 2, 2013 as it talks about how I felt before leaving)
Before coming to Ireland, I felt lost. Around the beginning of 2013, I began playing scenarios over in my head about meeting people on my trip abroad. But there was a problem.. I imagined people asking me about myself - as in what I like to do, my ...
... kept since high school that is filled with silly items that hold so much meaning to me. I am hoping this blog will be a way in which I can hold onto my memories from my time abroad, as these memories are ones in which i hope to never forget.
Welcome to my virtual shoe box :)