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... reconcile and unify, to see things for what they are without recourse to opposites and comparisons, though the comparison may be a valid tool in the interim. So I remind myself that light is still light, no matter how stunning or how humble the window it happens to fall through. The true wealth of life is not always located where we think it surely must be; and that is why we should seek to see as much of the world as we possibly ...
What a busy end of the week of packing, goodbyes, and getting things in order for three months away! But it's finally here... The dreaded drive to the airport and reality setting in. Not sure if it's the coffee jitters or the fact I'm sure I've forgotten something or saying goodbyes, but feeling a little anxious. Then the words no traveller wants to see on the screen at any airport.... ...
... tires for barricades and anti Putin displays.
Bloor St was closed from Jane to Runnymede stations. There were lots of interesting ethnic vendors.
Just after 11 the parade was due to begin and the rain ...
... allow other trains to go by. When the control could fit us in we started on our westward way. There are also two types of stops. The ones we know about are the standard timed stops that are per booked. But as we head up north We will encounter what engineers call a flack stop. These are un scheduled stops where a person can board the train. When engineers see a person on the platform for a station not scheduled they will slow and stop the train. In the vastness of ...
So I arrive at the subway and there's a train waiting. "Should I get on, or should I wait??" I take a leap of faith and board and ask a gentleman if this took me in the direction of my hotel. As he was attempting to explain, a older lady enters and jumps in. This served as my first conversation whilst in Canada and they were incredibly friendly! We chatted as I looked around ...