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... on by our support, the Toronto Blue Jays hammered the New York Yankees, with an 8-3 win. This has led to our devoted support to the Blue Jays. We are writing this fresh off a 6 hour coach journey to Montreal, where it is hammering with rain. Hopefully the weather will pick up tomorrow, otherwise we're back on a bus to Toronto again!! Highlights from this week: Josh's continued tripping over inanimate objects. Abbie's prolonged staring at the hooter's ...
... as at the real thing, of course, but much better curated. Readable and informative displays. In English rather than Chinglish. No photos allowed, though.
The rest? The dinosaurs were interesting ... and there was evidence of giant turtles (See, Jen, I have been right all along! Not only turtles, but giant ones!) ... amongst other things. I will be careful ... they must be lurking around ...
... and doesn't mind a drop of the plonk. I think I will be either be their third wheel, or hanging in my room reading or watching movies. Not to worry I am here for the convenience and the scenery, not a beau, and as my live always seems to pan out - trouble will find me in the blink of an eye!
Okay, will sign off now to get my train bag sorted from my big case. Next posting I should have some pics sorted for the blog. Ciao Trish x
... the place for you... Colombians are friendly, curious and have a zest for life, they know how to party and they are sure to win you over with their class and pride for their country. Ecuador is a marvelous gem in Latin America, its lush green land and it volcanic cities in the mountain is breathtaking, so is their jungle towns and of course their love for Cumbia will make you move, even on the bus.
... of water as you gaze up close to the horseshoe falls. Dont worry though they supply you with another lovely poncho..this time in yellow. It is difficult to ever get a clear view of the water as it rushes over the edge of the cliff at Horseshoe falls because the water is hitting the Niagara river below at speeds of 60km/hr. Inevitably this causes a huge cloud of mist to form which obviously obstructs your view...even more so when you are like me and wear glasses. After a ...
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