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... all around me and was soon nibbling on a piece of water
melon. I even managed to touch this wonderful animal.
I head with the goal of reaching the CM Tower and going for a walk around the
railway museum and aquarium.
up by the base of the tower and I realise this whole area was once a massive
steam locomotive roundhouse (Engine shed) with loads of industry around.
here in the square are a few locomotives ...
Friday 24/4 - We relocated accommodation this morning from the guest suit on Level 2 to a one bedroom condo on the 20th floor. After a bit of a catch up with washing we headed off to explore Kensington Market and Chinatown. These areas were not much different than any other city ie full of cheap clothing shops, friut & veg shops, and second hand stores. We ended up walking through these areas and back down into the CBD to King St then down into the under ...
December 3, 2014 Another 8.5hrs after leaving Brussels we landed in Toronto! Our great adventure was complete and it was indeed GREAT! The experience of trekking through the Everest region of the Himalayans was amazing as it allowed us to traverse through multiple climate zones and fascinating villages, cross massive suspension bridges and see breathtaking views. We will never forget this once in a ...
... sight of a chilli.
Friday- After a luxurious lie-in, I went to Toronto Film Festival!
I’d booked to see Robert Downey Jr. in the Judge, about a lawyer and his
father, at Roy Thompson Hall. It was weird to think Mr Downey Jr was chilling
on the red carpet just the night before! After perfecting the British
speciality of queuing, I entered a fancy hall, an even posher version of the Rex!
It was a great film, and I can actually say ...
... summary our case was not yet available, and Air Canada couldn't provide an ETA. Look on the bright side though, we would receive $50 compensation for each day the case was lost, and maybe be reimbursed for any essential items that we needed to buy. The missing case contained the sleeping bags and fishing tackle, items that we would definitely need for a camping and fishing trip.
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