Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Oakville
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... now the end is near. On Friday, we will reunite with Maggie and move up to our favourite place on earth. We are so looking forward to relaxing with friends and family.
Visas remain the biggest "job" to finish. I have decided that visas are the biggest money grab out there. I guess we should be glad we aren't American. There are many reasons for that, but I just learned that Americans ...
... the police can be easily bribed. Their monthly salary, converted to U.S. is $300 - $500, while Russian police make $1,000 - $1,200. Why would they want to join the EU when Russia is closer, seemingly more cuddly, and they speak the same language. Couple that with a police force that was never meant ‘to serve and protect' and that's what you get. The police are just another criminal organization, protecting their own racketeering ...
A taxi picked me up at the hotel. The driver was an old man in his late 50's with a great attitude to help. We talked about panama, the soccer game last night and how panama is growing. Speaking with cab drivers is always a good way to take the pulse of the country. This guy, as all the other drivers I've chatted with in Panama think that the country is in great shape, there's work and money flowing around and feel satisfied. Good. Got to the airport and ...
... 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 ...
... bridges, paddle boats and swans, a classic kid's fair grounds, and endless bike paths under weeping willows that take you to sea glass abundant beaches and through narrow alleys of quaint cottages that make you want to displace the rightful owners and move right in.
We ate pizza and drank rose on the patio of the Island Cafe as the sun went down, complete with local band and fairy lights. Then the kids played in a ...