Fairfield Inn & Suites Guelph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a bit longer and sent an email to Westnet but the support team need to be able to speak to me to do a remote connection on my laptop to re-install my email addresses. This I could probably do by Skyping John he ring Westnet and put them on loud speaker.
Too tired to do anymore had a shower and went to bed Marg was asleep and I covered her up and kissed her goodnight like I used to do to Mum when she stayed with us.
Time seems to be flying by these days, every day is another fun activity with the campers... Today we are going camping, we have rented tents and any other needed equipment from an outdoor store. The dinner and breakfast is stored in coolers and packed into the school's van.
We are ready to leave! Guelph Lake here we come!!! Overnight camping trip with the summer campers!
On our way to the camping grounds we are stuck in slow traffic but ...
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... Home has never looked better and I stand in my hot shower for a very long time (partly to warm up - it's freakin' cold in Canada!!). Bed time is around 1:30. Tomorrow is back to reality with work at 9am but I'm determined to keep my vacation high as long as I possibly can. Can not wait to get the kids at the end of the day tomorrow. I'm in complete withdrawal of Moxie and Rain hugs! Dreaming of hugs and sea water I drift to sleep in my own bed once again.
... week since I left Africa and headed to the magnificent metropolis of Istanbul, and already – much like a new mom – I have forgotten (or, perhaps, repressed) all of those moments that caused me to shake my head and vow never to return to Africa again. Instead, I’m staring in almost-disbelief at photographs taken a mere three weeks ago: there I am, crouching in a patch of stinging nettle, less than two metres from a silverback; there’s ...