Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Kitchener
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... might be an understatement. For those of you that are not aware this summer I have the absolute privilege of being able to participate on my international internship which happens to be a mandatory part of graduating the Renaissance College program. This summer, majority of my classmates will be traveling across the world all to various continents. I will have classmates traveling to Belize, Burkina Faso, Bosnia, Haiti, Vietnam, Cameroon, Germany, India, Bhutan, ...
... 8221; With varying degrees of interest within the group we decide to tour this massive ship. I lose the two guys to engines and ammunition so I go my own direction and take an abbreviated tour and then head down to sit under the shade of a very large tree at a brightly coloured picnic table. I have taken all the photos I cared to so I hand off the camera to Chris for Jim and then I wait. I don’t mind. The day is quite warm and very humid but ...
I have a close family, over the years we have certainly had our communication challanges, as all families do. Now how do I communicate with my new extended family, we are worlds apart both in behavior and looks, and obviously don't speak the same language! Kon inchiwa Japan! What will a kimono look like with my leopard skin boots? How do I tame my a bit over the ...
Today is the day that this adventure begins. My rolling case which I intend to check-in at the airport is completely empty with the hopes of filling it with unusual treasures to bring back.My carry-on contains the clothes and necessary things needed for the trip.Just in case anyone was really interested in these details.
For those who have seen me in the last few weeks, I still have my nagging cough and plugged ears. Both the Doctor and Pharmacist ...
... easy. I’m sure I saw the same people searching in vain for the exit when I was home 11 months ago.
The drive along the cut-and-thrust 401 gives me a chance to marvel at the civility of driving in the west. It would appear that, for the most part, people tend to observe lane dividers; use indicators and – wonders will never cease – both use their mirrors and perform shoulder checks before changing lanes. How polite. These are practices far removed ...