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... brigade is on there way. Within a couple of minutes the fire brigade was here. They announced that everyone can stay in their room and they are checking the ground levels. So I went back to sleep. Today's plan was to go down to the Harbour and Sugar beach. It was so much warmer today. There was a sign outside telling me @ 11am it was -5 degrees. As I got closer to the Harbour it was getting windy. By the time I reached the Harbour ...
... from being in Lima - see my previous 2008 blog for more on that). We were hoping we could get into our room before the 2pm checkout time but it was not to be - the rooms were all full. So we mustered up a bit of strength and went out in search of breakfast and coffee.
We ended up wandering down to Larcomar Mall (the mall built into a cliff). Not much was open yet, so we walked around aimlessly. When Ian and I were here 5 years ago, we fell in ...
Lots to do before we leave. Packing seems to be the last thing on the agenda.
Many of you have asked us to keep you posted on our travels so I will try by using this Travel Blog. Bear with me while I try to learn the ins and outs of this program. Danny and ...
... packed and the trip would only take longer. We take another train that stops at a nearby station in Mississauga and on the way there we can see the lake, being as dirty as it can get from the heavy rains of last night. Toronto was hit badly and more severely than Mississauga, continuing on in the west towards Oakville, there was actually no rain at all! Get this!! I guess the GTA just got lucky.
As I get to school again I am updated on the ...
I am grateful for this opportunity to expand my view of the world. I witnessed many beautiful sights, experienced many unforgettable moments and met many inspiring people, both locals and travellers alike. But with the good, come the realities of the pervasive problems of poverty, poor sanitation, and overpopulation that exist in our world. We are not exposed to this reality in our day-to-day lives but on the ...