Green Acres Inn
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Thursday, we caught a double-decker train into the centre of Toronto, which is being massively renovated! A little off putting! But their tower is magnificent and such a lot of interesting sculptures dotted everywhere. Lovely. Visited the old market and had glorious grilled salmon! Yum! Wandered off to a square in front of a multi story building which turned out to be City Hall and were surprised at the crowds in the ...
... upstate New York area and is in a rural area near Pulaski, NY. We decided to take our time getting there and see an area we hadn’t seen before. We weren’t disappointed.
We crossed the border and then passed over the Thousand Islands bridge that spans the St. Lawrence river. As we were crossing we could see upstream and down and noticed the islands that were scattered everywhere. This place ...
We were picked up from our hotel by Nikki and Joey and spoke about the events of the night before. Slowly we made our way out of Toronto and onto Kingston road. We stopped for some next needed hangover food and continued the journey. Once we got into Kingston the first stop was the British Isles shop that they often visit. We both hoped for some Irn Bru but they had everything else. We decided on some Angel Delight and Vimto. We then went ...
I am finishing up my packing and decided to check the World Masters newsletter that was emailed to me for any last minute details. The startling realization was that the attire for women is skirts only. Yikes. With 6 pairs of shorts packed, I invaded Katie's dresser and found 1 white ...
... at a slower pace.
And slowing down at times is a good thing.
Unclutter your mind, open up to more perspectives, so that when you're ready to work, you can move with certain and bigger strides.
A lot of things depend on the way you make sense of the situation.
This exchange period is a time for me to slow down, be in the moment, understand myself; so that when I am back in Singapore, I will be moving forward with more confidence.