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... as you'd expect. The bustling city to the north is contrasted by the placid Lake Ontario to the south. My favourite parts were looking down over the yachts sailing around the inner harbour and the planes flying beneath us to land at the small city airport on one of the islands just off the shore. Due to the lack of company, there was enough room to perch my GoPro on the edge of the table to record a time-lapse of the ...
... June 1st, so I had to get rid of everything that I wouldn't be taking with me. Jabob was gracious enough to let me store a few boxes in his basement but whittling down the rest was a tough job. Not having much knowledge about the area of Brazil where I would be living, I didn't know what I would need for clothes, or personal items, I had to be very practical about what I should take.
How did I get here? I was telling you about my experience with ...
... the book group: The hosts, Don and Pat, read an interview with Thomas King, the author of The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of the Native People in North America. It's a funny, biting, historical, and thought-provoking account of the indigenous people's experience (in both Canada and the U.S.) with the White Man -- as told by a Canadian Indian. It's definitely on my list of "to reads" when I get back.
We got home late and I slept like a log!
... in each basket:
6 times: Brazil
4 times: Argentina
1 time: Germany (FAY)
Nobody picked Spain!
4 times: Italy
4 times: Uruguay
2 times: England
1 time: France (TERRENCE)
4 times: Portugal
3 times: Switzerland
2 times: Netherlands
2 times: Belgium
5 times: Colombia
3 times: Mexico
2 times: Chile
1 time: Ecuador (JOANNA)
... is served and I'm asked if I would like pasta or chicken. I say pasta thinking spaghetti in sauce but receive noodles with meat. I ask for my complementary wine that every airline I've been on serves. However, not Air Canada they charge $12.00 for a plastic glass of wine. I’m considering looking for another airline to get home on as this is the worst experience I’ve had flying in ever. I cannot wait to ...