Studio 6 - Toronto
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... lost tourists each night down there! I know a couple of paths but actually prefer to walk on the streets.
During the winter parts of Lake Ontario freeze and we walked along the foreshore one day where the lake was frozen. It looked really strange to see ducks and other birds walking on the ice, looking for water.
Even though I said I loved the snow it does become very mushy and dirty. The verges become piled high with snow and it is all black from the ...
... of a turtle, the next swinging weights around like a massive liability. I may have felt like a lemon doing it, and in serious pain the few days afterwards, but it was worth it. If anyone's wondering what that looks like, here's a sneak peek of my equally hapless counterpart, Miranda:
There are also some really nice places to eat near me. I decided, feeling lazy, to go to my local Thai, get a Pad ...
... in mileage works out to a very significant saving on a long trip like this.
We had supper and decided to go for a short walk around the campsite even though it was dark. As we stepped out the door it started to rain so we decided against the walk. Within a few minutes lightning and thunder bore down on us and the light and sounds were less them one second apart. It was very spectacular for a few minutes and we were glad to be safe and dry inside with the roof vent ...
... sword, stuck inside the ground for safe keeping. The smell of musky lake water, and city smog over comes me as I watch in awe as the lake reflects the glowing lights of the city. It gives the illusion that it too is glowing like a rainbow. I reach my hand out trying to feel the soft glow of the lights, but only manage to feel the cool breeze of the wind.
... on the flight idea.) After searching my luggage they then turned to searching me. I figured it would be the traditional pat down, but instead checked my hands, pockets, and waist line for explosive materials. They then made me not only take off my button up shirt (leaving my kami on) but also my underwire bra, due to the metal inside, so they could take it out of the room to check for who knows what.
To end it on a good ...