Super 8 Ajax
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... stayed a few days longer, hoping I can come back to Canada again at some stage. I'm currently at the airport, waiting for my flight to Chicago. I got absolutely grilled by border control - I really wish they weren't so mean, I know I'm a thug and all but reaaaally?! Be nice. One more thing, I don't know if it's coincidence or not, but all canadian money smells like maple syrup! I'll be flying to Vancouver on Wednesday, so only out of Canada for a few days. Goodbye Toronto, hello Chi ...
24 hours after the original departure time of 10.00 hours (May 18th) I woke up in the city of Toronto at 8.00 hours exactly 1.5km from (now abandonded) apartment. I can confidently say we are making good time on the 6 day 5000km journey to L.A. For those who like numbers we only have 4998.5km to go. Firas made a healthy breakfast (I suspect first of the last on this road trip) that was enjoyed by myself, Jennifer enjoyed and scaramouche (the dog) begged ...
... her but she’s finally getting the message. This is my pillow. I chose it, I’m sitting on it,
and it’s not going behind YOUR back! She gives in. Knew it. She sits beside the pillow and I sleep there. I sleep there in the afternoon. She takes me for a quick walk. Then FOOD,
I go back to my pillow. What happened to the little humans? I go upstairs. I SNIFF, SNIFF IN in ...
... town does live up to its reputation of being the 'oriental gem'.
The character is very Turkish and similar to Sarajevo or Bosnia, strikingly different from Serbia.
These were ethnic Serbs, not Albanians or Kosovars who I was to meet later. Many homes were chopping wood for the winter while distant sheep grazed on the mountainside.
You could easily spend a ...
... gotten to home run already if not for some bad sportsmanship bowling from the opposite team, ensuring one of the batters didn't hit a home run by giving him 'balls' (wides) so he just moved onto the next base). The final batter came to make or break the game. After 2 strikes, and some balls (what we call in cricket 'wides'), the ball went flying into the fielders. The Blue Jay on third base sprinted to home run. The batter was out. The game ...