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... a bring and share, so in true Christian
style, there was a plethora of food, with the quality of desserts on offer making
me grin from ear to ear in true joy. Just imagine your ideal Christmas dinner
plus your favourite desserts of all time and you can understand better why I
thought I’d died and gone to heaven! I had a lovely time catching up with all
the VCF crew, and meeting lots of new guys too! An aura of contentment ...
... that were the target of Ted’s interest. He decided to rent a bike to ride from site to site and Sheree decided to relax by the water and warm up in the sun.
We headed back in the evening, picked up the van and headed to our overnight spot, the luxurious long term parking facility at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. We got there late after doing some internet stuff, set up the bed for the night and conked out anticipating a 5am rise to get our 8am ...
We arrived in Tornoto late Tuesday night, thankful for Abi Saxon (who is living in Canada for a year). She was the link between us and Becky Elliott, who is having us stay. Becky, her sister Hannah, Abi Saxon, Maggie Hoult and one other sister are all renting a girls house just outside downtown Guelph. It's a beautiful house with a huge kitchen and many rooms, so it works well for all of them. They only started renting this ...
Russia > North America: 1 pick, Asia: 6 picks, Middle East: 1 pick
Croatia > Asia: 4 picks, Europe: 1 pick
Bosnia & Herzegovina > Asia: 1 pick, Middle East: 1 pick
Greece > North America: 2 picks, Asia: 5 picks, South America: 1 pick
Conclusion: Greece is hugely popular among female participants.
JAPAN (10 PICKS), SOUTH KOREA (7 PICKS), COSTA RICA (5 PICKS), HONDURAS (1 PICK)
... I also learned a lot about myself: that I'm able to look-out for myself in foreign countries when put into difficult situations, I can live with very little stuff, I can communicate with people even if the language barrier is diminishing these days. But most of all, I'm damn good at reading maps! ha ha. Overall, definitely happy I did this trip and hopefully I can return for longer next time...hopefully to live there for a few years.