Four Points by Sheraton Mississauga Meadowvale
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... carefully planning (freaking out) and anticipating (freaking out) what the trip might be like.
Over the next 5 or so days, I will post some boring stuff about last minute preparations and then will post as much as I can while I'm over there.
I assume this blog will have a total of 1 (one) reader, as the only people interested are probably my mom and my nana and the latter ...
... market here, so I walked around a lot to check out the items, and I had a killer Penne Alfredo pasta for lunch at one of the cafe's. I picked up some items for Christmas gifts (after a good 30 minutes of trying stuff on an negotiating a price). After this I walked through the down town to the Pick up point #5, and met the next bus there. After this, I only hopped off one more time, for Table Mountain. I did the Table Mountain Cable Car to the top in ...
... that he knew about my dream and almost everything about me. He also told me about the worlds greatest lie which was "ata point Iin our lives , we lose control of whats happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate". He told he was the King Of Salem. He sort of encouraged to embark on the journey by telling me he was his personal legend and giving two stones Urim and Thummim to help me on my journey in return for 1 tenth of my ...
... myself. One girl is studying to become a naturopath and used to live on a raw food diet whilst in India for six months. She practises extensive Yoga, doesn't eat wheat, she's a 'life coach' and believes that homeopathy and acupuncture actually work, beyond placebo. Steve, who own the house, is a Hari Kristina D.I.Y. enthusiast who's learning to play guitar. He's a member of the Toronto vegetarian society and ...
... in Chicken’s atmospheric pub with its ceiling plastered with hundreds of dusty caps and followed it up with lunch in the next door restaurant, thereby again blowing the travel budget! After a brief look around including the old dredge which used to suck the gold bearing gravel from the creek fed ponds and checking the tourists trying their luck at panning for their own mother lode we got back on the gravel highway. The Top of the World Highway seemed to do just that, ducking ...
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