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After a long trip of over 22 hours of flying I have finally made it to Canada. It's the first time I have flown with Air Canada and have to say that I'm not that impressed with the service. After receiving one hot meal and another cold meal at the beginning of the trip, we did not get anything else to eat until two hours before landing in Vancouver …
... The Hawthornes were smashing the Sydney team. Eventually, my housemates and I gave up any hope of it actually ending, and headed to Maccy Ds-happy meal it was indeed.
On Saturday, I worked with the Varsity Christian Fellowship to make sandwiches for the homeless. In all honesty, part of me was dreading it. I’m ashamed to say I believed the stereotypes of angry drunks ranting in my face. To the contrary, I met some lovely individuals ...
... as scheduled only to be told we had to get off because there was a problem with the brakes. Great, just what I want to hear. We were delayed for about 2 hours but we finally got to Toronto safely.
We grab a cab and head to Jyoti and Mitesh's place. They have a really cool condo, as I wait in the comfy couches in the lobby (so comfy that I wanted to take another nap), Hinesh walks to Jyoti's office to grab the keys off her.
We sette in to ...
... been in the grip of airplanes, information booths, ticket counters, moving stairways, public address systems, surging harried people pushing buggies and luggage carts, different languages bouncing off your eardrums...you have to breath, late departure, de-icing and not enough sleep, you just have to breathe. Tony did a fine job, the stewardess was mortified.
We have arrived, a light rain, warm, and everything is green. It is March 2nd. Until later,
... known as the Rogers Center. This is a fully enclosed stadium with a roof as far as I could tell and as we walked in the roof was indeed closed and I thought this was the norm. However, we decided to climb into the high seats at the top of the stadium to get a good view of the pitch (or 'field' apparently) they decided to open the roof which was firstly a bit of a surprise but secondly as the roof cracked open and moved slowly back it ...