Residence Inn Toronto Vaughan
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... Don't eat food or pass objects with your left hand. The left hand is considered to be unclean in India as it's used to perform matters associated with going to the bathroom. Therefore, you should avoid your left hand coming into contact with food or any objects that you pass to people.
Don't be offended by intrusive questions. Indians are really inquisitive people and their culture is one where people do anything but mind their own ...
... in each basket:
6 times: Brazil
4 times: Argentina
1 time: Germany (FAY)
Nobody picked Spain!
4 times: Italy
4 times: Uruguay
2 times: England
1 time: France (TERRENCE)
4 times: Portugal
3 times: Switzerland
2 times: Netherlands
2 times: Belgium
5 times: Colombia
3 times: Mexico
2 times: Chile
1 time: Ecuador (JOANNA)
We landed at Pearson International Airport with all our possessions, passing taxi ranks and airport shuttle buses, to the TTC bus stop and catching a $2.70 ride to Kipling station. From here a subway connection to down town Toronto, specifically Dundas St Est before Susies first bag cladded endurance trek along Dundas to our hostel. We were able to leaving our bags whilst exploring the city before the check in time of 3 pm.
We managed ...
... at Denny's. I had ordered some pancake balls. Thinking they would be cooked like a cake pop but just with pancake batter. I was surprised to get them deep fried. Only ate 1/2 thinking great now I need to run again. Our first activity for today was the maid of the mist boat ride. This was lots of fun. We got our blue ponchos and got on the boat. All trying for spots at the front. I was at the front on the lower level. Awesome view point of both ...
This weekend I am finally enjoying two days off and I am really excited to attend my first Indian wedding, traditional Hindu.
First and foremost, special thanks go out to the wonderful and amazing friends who have made this possible for me, I am very honored to be a part of this three day festivity and once again, I am deeply grateful for your welcoming arms and kind hospitality. I hope I can somehow return the favor!! :)