Staybridge Suites Guelph
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... br> Innocently I left the computer to refresh while we got ready for our afternoon drive to Caledon and forks of the Credit. Jill directed us out onto Hwy 410 had a Road Rage who nearly side swiped us wouldn't let us merge very frightening. As usual the highway is very busy passed through towns and farming area got to Caledon wish Lindy was here to show us where to go and what to see. Marg wasn't much help but she is old and hasn't been here for a ...
... for the rest of the day.
Coming down the stairs from res already makes you want to gag because the damp and muggy smell of the carpets just hits you with a sudden impact every time.
I feel very sorry for the staff that has to be working in these ground area offices, the machines are so noisy and the reek gets you sick eventually. If you do not already have a headache, be sure to get one when staying down there for a ...
... forth between her house, (which was the party place) and our site.
Saturday the 29th was the date of the Pyke Cousins' Reunion, and it turned out to be a perfect day - enough of a breeze to keep the Friendship Flag waving, and to keep the bugs away and the partyers cool! We had a great turnout - 33 Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, In-laws, First Cousins once- removed, and twice-removed, as well!
... sounded annoyed and claimed that this glitch was so big they couldn't contact everyone. In any case she was able to book me on flights to Managua on the 17th as planned. I will now be leaving Pearson at 10:15 and arriving in Managua at 7:10pm. I'm peripherally annoyed by the fact that I'll be missing an afternoon poolside but I'm so exhausted that I cut my losses, reset my alarms for a much more reasonable hour and ...
... cabernet sauvignon at the adjacent bar. Even the cold showers, the dust-caked clothing and the stale bread don’t confer on me any trump-cards. The truth of the matter is that Africa was tough because Africa…is tough.
Never in my life of travels have I been more beleaguered by my own conscience than in East Africa. Being in a truck and whizzing through town after town is a bit like watching people through one of those one-way interrogation windows ...
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