Knights Inn Kitchener
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and physical appearance. It was ingrained into me how important it was to respect everyone, whether homeless or a CEO of a huge corporate company, we were to treat them with the same kindness and respect. I have been warned that this virtue is not followed within Malawi, and that there is a large disparity within the way individuals are treated based on their class. This is something that I am going to struggle with not wanting to jump in and tell them they are wrong ...
... The printery and warehouse cover more than 17,000 square meters of ﬂoor space. Here the Watchtower and Awake! magazines, among the most widely distributed journals in the world, are printed in more than 30 languages, including English, French, and Spanish. On average, the printery produces over 5,000,000 magazines per week, over 250,000,000 per year. This represents approximately one quarter of all the Watchtower and Awake! magazines printed ...
... is getting dimmer and dimmer so we head back toward the shops. I ask Jim to get me a bottle of water to rinse my feet because I hate the feeling of sand on them. He suggests ice cream and heads over to get both. With the disappearance of the last shard of light we get back into the car and head back to Hamilton. Once again it is the unexpected detour that ties the day together into one big happy memory.
Tomorrow is Toronto…I hope you will come ...
... that I saw was clouded in, the first clear land being Toronto when already past the CN Tower. Notwithstanding an episode or two of real turbulence ie enough to think you were on a roller coaster and your stomach 'jumped' we were on time. We were at the gate at 1400, the scheduled time.
Customs was fine. My bag was one of the last off. The chap that ultimately took the form caught me off guard asking about the countries I ...
... reveal the bike in all its muted glory. The storage oil must be drained and refilled to the correct level before I can hook up the battery that has sat silently charging (hopefully) since my last time home. Although I could never be described as a religious man, it is at this point that I say a silent prayer to whichever influential deity might be listening. The ignition key starts the fuel pump whirring and I wait for a few seconds after it has fully primed, mentally ...