Fairfield Inn Toronto Oakville
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... will be spending most of my time in the clinic and with mobile health clinics.
James will be working at the schools and orphanage.
On the weekends we will be traveling around Ghana sightseeing with the agency.
After 6 weeks of working hard, we will be heading to South Africa for some well deserved R&R. The part of the trip includes time at ...
... we knew what to expect, but it's a good reason to pull over and use the facilities and stretch the legs. There's a great mining museum at the site too, Dynamic Earth. We didn't have time to see it as time was tight, but we remember the very informative mine tour. Obligatory pictures are taken of the Big Nickel and we're on our way again. Next stop: Sault Ste. Marie, or so we thought.
If it means living in the style of my new hosts in Toronto, I could definitely dedicate 7 years of my life to being governor of the Bank of Canada. Their penthouse condo is perched in a green bend of the Humber river in the west end of the city and spitting distance from a metro station on the main inbound line. Meeting them at the train station after my short hop from Burlington, we went home and I had the chance to freshen up for dinner in my own annex of ...
... a pretty good seat near home plate. By the time I sat down, almost 2 innings were done. The Jays got crushed. R.A. Dickey, the knuckle baller was on the mound and his stuff was not working that day... After the Mariners hit a grand slam off him early, it was clear that the Jays were not going to win. It was much hotter than I expected. At least 10-15 degrees hotter on the field and in the stands. It was probably mid 60's ...
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