Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Mississauga
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Two days. Two days until I travel halfway around the world for a month. It's kinda hard to believe that it's actually happening this week.
I remember talking to Kristie about this in January and thinking that this would be such a fun thing to do.
Now, two days before we leave, it sounds less fun and more stressful.
Still, even though there are lots of reasons to be apprehensive, we are excited for what adventures lie ahead.
... lungs, and legs to complete that hike. It was Cable Car all the way. The trip up to the top only takes about 4 minutes, and the first 3 minutes feels fine, but then my vertigo kicked in. The early part of the ride the cable car just skims along the mountain side, as the car ascends around the same angle as the ground underneath, so it feels like you are always about 50 feet above the ground. However, the last minute the cable car shoots straight up ...
I met with a gypsy so that she could help me interprete my reoccuring dream. I put my hands in hers so that she could start. I got scared and took out my hands. The gypsy then insisted I explain my dream, so I told her all about it. She promised not to charge me ...
... in the garden. There is also a girl who's attempting to learn sign languages and refers to 'deaf oppression' as in some countries it was sometimes diagnosed as a mental illness, until not too long ago. Yesterday, they were all talking about the health benefits of fasting and they were planning a group fast for the house. Nine people living under one roof requires quite a few rules. So it's been a nightmare trying to ...
... its way for 100s of kms along the tops of the hills between its start near the road bridge over the Tanana River and Dawson City over the
border in the Yukon. Much of it is gravel but well maintained and the views in all directions out over the blue hilltops quite beautiful. We stopped at one point shortly after joining the Top of the World Highway to read road side signs about the huge caribou herds that in the past used to cross the highway, sometimes 40,000 strong, to reach ...