Holiday Inn Peterborough
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... a demonstration by the farm's beekeeper, cuddling with the two most lovely dogs on the world, laughing at the stupid actions of the goats, planting at least 15 different types of seeds, driving the gator (yes, that's the first time a drove a vehicle in my life), making my own bread and much much more! I always thought that making bread is incredibly complicated, but it actually isn't. I'll proof this to everyone that wants to see and taste it when I come home. I also got ...
... ie good roads, great mobile and internet/WiFi) and getting better.
Warm, welcoming, friendly and helpful. The most resourceful people I have seen using whatever they have at hand to do the jobs they need done. The fix everything (saw a guy winding the stator on a small motor - that hasn't been done in Canada in 40 years - just throw it out and buy new). They a are very organized and orderly. Their houses are small and ...
... lady who was trying to cut ahead of us (very, very rudely). Some nice moves on her - Eleanor threw her a hip and away she went into the ropes! We got shuffled into the line for the electronic customs check and were able to laugh at the butting lady who was still in line when we finished - ha-ha - that's karma baby!!!
After the slowest baggage unloading I have ever seen (45 minutes at least), Erin pulled up to pick us up - thanks Erin!!
Seventy minutes down the ...
... ladies quality shoes takes up over 1 acre. Yes, Kaye was salivating. The Imelda Marcos of Mandurah was in raptures.
While just walking for short distances between stores Kaye and I although wearing beanies, snow boots and overcoats didn't wear scarves so our faces froze. I mean you felt like the lower part of your face froze off. I couldn't move my cheeks as they felt frozen solid, you could tap them like wood. Quite painful, it was ...
... city but it had a parliament and Big Bens wanna be little brother. When we arrived in Winchester we met 7 other Workaways who were also travelling around Canada. There was a German couple, Jonas and Stephanie, Australian girl Alissa, who had been there for months already and Swiss, Spanish, Irish girls. Having all these other travellers in the same roof was an experience me and Ash really wanted as in the past homes we ...