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... to go to the more wild part of Canada and chose over Toronto, even though there are many provinces(a principal administrative division of certain countries or empires) and regions(an area or division, especially part of a country or the world having definable characteristics but not always fixed boundaries) in Canada. We chose Moose hunting as our activity because it was something we all have never experienced and it was common within the people we were surrounded by. People ...
... the time zone before finally succumbing to the yawns and heading to bed at 5am English time. The next day, now regulated to Canadian time we were up and ready to explore on a gloriously sunny day. We headed off in the direction of downtown using the iconic CN tower as reference point. We couldn't resist a hotdog vender so had the first touristy photo op of the day! We booked a meal in the revolving restaurant in the 150 story tower for one and had a little ...
... very little traffic and I was at the airport by 7 am. I met my travel and squash buddy, Kathy Cowper, at the Maple Leaf lounge. We had breakfast and spent our final minutes on Canadian soil watching Eugenie Bouchard play her 4th round match at Wimbledon. She is currently up 1 set. I am now settled into my seat on AC015 to Hong Kong. "Vector Victor" I'm trying to do all the right things on the flight: drinking water, getting up and stretching. However, I just ...
... pretty phycodelic and the place just basically being a basement and being really grungy, so my kind of place! The week in Toronto was really memorable and I can't wait to get back there, as we met a few people we have kept in touch with and will hopefully see then again once we are back. This week also confirmed how friendly and polite the Canadians are, they just help you as much as they can. For just being there for one week I knew I would love it here in ...
... First merchant knew how to deal with competition; he got the Sheriff and a dozen of his lackeys to track the Englishman down and shot him dead. One of the Englishman's men, Billy the Kid no less, took exception. He walked into the Sheriffs office and shot him dead. Soon both sides had posses and met violence with violence. Almost every citizen picked a side and joined in. Both sides ...