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... started shuffling up with suitcases like my zombie brethren. It worked out so much cheaper to take the taxi to the bus stop, for the airport bus only costs $3.50, though beware- no change! Yes, I learnt the hard, five-dollar-note way. I sat beneath the horrendous bus lighting as we poured over the Angus L. MacDonald bridge, careering out of darkened Halifax, departing Dartmouth, without a glance backwards at what we were leaving behind. It was so very early and dark, I ...
... I’d embrace my inner country
mouse and head to the Hart House Farm to get away from the Toronto. We arrived
for a structured day of Canadian fun. We began, like with all good days, with food. We enjoyed a tasty lunch which was essentially a shameless plug of the farm's apples, then headed out for a walk. My mother would be
proud. I embraced my inner Bear Grylls in clambering over rocks down a ravine
thing, which wasn’t quite ...
Nearly a year to the day of returning from our overseas adventure last year Kara and I were packed up and ready for a short trip out to Vancouver to see the city and the nature of Canada's west coast, and my best friend who went out to Vancouver on vacation eight years ago and never really came back! He was drawn in by the allure of the Pacific Air.
Our flight departed at 9:50pm putting our arrival into Vancouver International Airport at 11:50pm. The five hour flight was ...
... an early start. During packing I realised there was something odd about the info we had for the accommodation in Hawaii. The dates shown on the print out were for July! We scrabbled to load up the email and confirmed we had made a mistake - although luckily had only paid a small deposit, not the whole thing up front, so hurrah for small miracles. We headed down to the local library to print our boarding passes and try and fix the ...
... famous games, the Stanley Cup, which surely must be the largest trophy in World Sport, was available to take a photograph with, as well as numerous other trophies awarded in the league. For me, being the child that I am, my favourite area of the museum was the 'interactive' area. This featured two incredibly cool games, in which you interacted with a screen to get a realistic ice hockey experience. We opted for the game in which you play the role as goalkeeper. From the outset, ...