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It is finally the night before I take off and I don't even know where to begin. It’s crazy to think that the day is finally here and I still don’t feel like I’ve got it all under control!
My day started at 6:30 in the morning and I haven’t stopped moving. Going from the bank to the fingerprinting services to Walmart while trying to get a hold of Ethiopian Airlines to figure out my baggage situation has taken up most ...
... lines run East-West and the fourth runs in a U shape, the southern-most point of which being Union Station, where I was starting. Entering the subway station from the main railway station I was presented with two options: 1) yellow line north to Downsview or 2) yellow line north to Finch but without a map in sight. I thought, perhaps generously, that the maps that would normally be around were obstructed by the ...
Day 33: (same)
July 3, Thursday
After Howard left on a para-transit bus for his physical therapy, Margaret and I headed out on public transit to explore downtown Toronto. The bus that takes you to the subway system comes just at the end of their street (I'm so jealous), and took us quickly to the nearby subway station..
Much like San Francisco, Toronto operates bus, subway, and streetcar lines. Their ...
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In my opinion, these are the secrets to packing light:
- Bring the minimum amount of clothing (maximum of 5 changes), and wash your laundry by hand as necessary.
- As much as possible, bring ONLY quick-drying and lightweight items of clothing, so that they dry overnight. The best items I had were the ones from Lululemon. Stay away from cotton, even for underwear and socks!
- Bring only neutrals, ...
... extra devices? Answer: Yes. The school has put in a robust wireless system. There ISP has installed two connections (ADSL and Cable) as a back-up if one goes down. They have a large broadband plan which they are considering increasing due to the extra internet use BYOD has created. With the potential for so many different devices being used in the classroom, to what extent do teachers need to be familiar which each device to be able to trouble shoot if ...