Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Oakville
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I remember it clearly. I was a first year nursing student and watching a show about nurses working at a maternity center in Sierra Leone. It was then I decided that 'someday' I would go to Africa to volunteer.
Well that 'someday' is now. After many years of planning, we are 1 month out.
We will be working with an agency called Blue-Med Africa. ...
... places for them to jump out at you. Once we were finally almost out of the field and i thought we were safe.... we were chased down by an undead farmer with a chainsaw. when we reached safty i had to check my pants... that was one scary maze.... and i was quickly running out of voice.
We went to the two scariest mazes which were joined into one big one... Louisiana Scream which was all boardwalks through marshes and hillbilly type scenes, then The Ruins, which was ...
... What kind of road trip would it be without tunes? So our first unexpected expense has already occurred. Luckily, Canadian Tire had them on sale for over 50% off, so we were only out $16.
Our first non-food related stop: The Big Nickel in Sudbury. OK, we made three other pit stops to use the facilities, but nobody really wants the details of those stops. We've been here a few times ...
Well, we're almost home and we're bittersweet about it. Seeing family and friends will be amazing, sleeping in our own bed, cuddling the puppy, and using our own bathroom are all things we look forward to, but there are things we will miss from everywhere we've been. We were surprised and even shocked at times, but wouldn't trade the experience for anything! I figured we should end this trip with a few notes about the places we visited because we don't want to ...
... I can very well believe, thankfully almost all the Chinese people that I’ve spoken to so far speak Cantonese, instead of Mandarin.
From what I’ve seen so far, I think Toronto is more expensive than London (except transport), essential daily products cost way more than the UK, for instance, a bottle of Pantene shampoo costs 8-9 dollars, that like £5-6, although at least Toronto’s essential daily skin care products appear to be supersize, unlike that in the ...