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... from what I took in the first leg. Packing when you are going for 7.5 months and have to accommodate for all seasons, and fit it in a 60 litre backpack and a day back pack is no easy feat. Nevertheless, with some careful organizing and some squishing and squeezing, I fit it all in. Now to try to sleep despite the excitement of ...
... in the world but the hardest person to shop for and she dislikes shopping herself. Thus we took her shopping to get things she needed, despite her claiming she didn't need anything. After two new pairs of pants, a new sweater, a new purse and a new wallet, we successfully had gotten her things for her birthday. After a lazy afternoon, we then took her to her favourite restaurant for dinner, Boston Pizza. Happy Birthday ...
... its universal theme.
When Cervantes quickly transforms into Don Quixote center stage, I am intrigued. When Quixote greets Aldonza as the pure Dulcinea, I want her to recognize her worth. When Sancho shares with her that he sticks by him because "I like him," I nod in agreement. When Tenorio undermines the beauty of "Little Bird," I am disgusted. When Don Quixote sees a golden helmet in place of a wash basin and accepts the title Knight of the Woeful ...
... it is home to the previous queen of Egrediar Periculum-Queen
Vitali, who is miserable of living as prisoner in her own castle-yes, this used
to be hers until along came Queen Malica and the Mortis to completely ruin
everything. They say the prisoners don’t die of the poor living conditions in
the dungeon. They say that they go mad and die, because the dungeon is unnerving enough
to do that. Haunted with the spirits of victims of ...
Arrived at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Mississauga, ON L4W 1S9, Canada and was met by the IOI organisors. After about an hours stay we were taken to the University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave W, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada by coach. ...