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I had to say good bye to Vancouver this morning and hello to Toronto tonight. Seems like I am very lucky to have been able to come to Toronto as there was a catastrophic ice storm last night "probly one of the worst ever had (says the National Post)". Flights have been cancelled ...
Turkey, a land rich with history, culture and food. Located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, it has been the power base of both the Byzantium and Ottoman empires. Home to beautiful coastlines, fanciful rock formations, ancient ruins and and a world famous city. Soon it will be ours to discover. But first we need to get there. Check in ...
Fort York was a pleasant surprise. Initially I was expecting to see a really old castle looking place but fort York was in no way a representation of that. The fort looked more like a scouts camp ground with a few cabins. We went for two different tours, one about the defensive positioning and tactic of the fort and one about the lives of the soldiers and officers. The tours were really good, the guides were dressed in 19th century uniform and were very knowledgable. ...
... relate to places in the USA which is perhaps to be expected, but once one has walked along a few metres of the rows of posts all covered in signs of every size and colour one has really seen it all. Of more interest was the very informative museum at the visitor centre describing the history and construction of the Alaskan Highway at which we spent some time.
After leaving Watson Lake we continued east and southwards on the Alaska Highway (there aren’t that many ...