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Driving, driving, driving. That's the theme of this holiday. It's turned out to be a lesson in driving in different environments and appreciating how influential cars have been in shaping our world.
Today I drove from London, Ontario, to Niagara Falls – around 2 hours' drive. Then on to Toronto. Driving the last 20-30 miles into …
... which just fit perfectly and I am very happy to have comfy shoes for camp activities now!!
As I go along my way I am greeted by students with 'Hi, Miss!' and I really can't help but smile at it, thinking that this is pretty much my first day only and I am already known to so many students as the 'uniform lady' or simply the one that is always around for help or answering questions. Yes, it feels good to now be the superior one after two long years of being ...
... you do it right, once is enough."
PS: the final chapter in Togo 2013 blog will be a simple url link to a collage of pictures I am assembling. They are cloud based so will be easily accessible.
PPS: For those that remember my re-connection in Asso with Fado, I believe I have a contact there now (teacher) that should allow me to stay in touch and lend a hand.
Right I've finally woke up after 11 hours sleep! Yesterday - flight went as smoothly as a flight could be apart from the miserable git sat next to me and no that wasn't Ian. Arrived at our hotel, lovely room on 3rd floor, had a quick shower and called a cab to take us to downtown Toronto. Grabbed a bite to eat from a noodle bar in the underground food hall before heading up the CN tower. Unfortunately the weather was cloudy so the views from ...
... is the Caribana
parade and usually at the end of Caribana festival. The first parade was held on Yonge Street and
then, by 1970, on University
latter in 1991 it transferred to the CNE Grandstand which is nearby
Lakeshore. The Caribana parade is
celebrated on the first Saturday in August and it was decided by the
Afro-Trinidadians Committee in 1834. The
parade is a mixture ...