Holiday Inn Kitchener
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... 5 hours (I fly 5 hours, 12.5 hours and then 3.5 hours), and the 2.5 hour layovers in between will give me some much needed time to stretch my legs and walk around. 3) It was cheaper. Now this wasn't really a factor, just an added bonus! At the end of the day I wasn't going to skimp on a couple of hundred dollars if I thought it might be the difference between arriving at my destination (with my bags) ...
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... If I am tired I will snooze on the plane since it is a 4 hour flight.
Jim showered last night so he is up and dressed and dragging the last pieces of luggage to the car. I toss last minute things to him for the bags. Finally the car is loaded, final checks made and we are in the car and heading out. We back out of the drive at 5:45 – fifteen minutes later than I had hoped. Maybe we can make up some time using the Henday instead ...
... early age, travel to the other side of the world, to such a foreign place on his own. With little money, little experience, and very large language barrier. I believed it would accompany him on his journey to becoming a man.
How did this young man command the courage to embark on his journey? As I find myself a bit hesitant, even though I have much more experience in the world, and far more resources at hand then he. Perhaps it is the innocents of ...