King George III Inn
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... French? We were both uncomfortably chilly and found the first place we could to get inside out of the rain. We lucked upon a little place called Cafe Crepe where real coffee was on offer. The servers wore berets and tried to look European. Both of them were young men, and we discovered one of them was the Toronto-born son of the owners, who had no connections to Europe but lived in a neighbouring Ontario town. Despite that, we both enjoyed a beautiful and ...
Then, all of a sudden, it was my 21st! That morning, we went on a
boat tour up and down the river, with skyscrapers left right and centre! It was
a wonderful tour with an amusing tour guide. She explained that a guy managed
to gain a piece of prime Chicago real estate by accumulating layers of silt till
he had his very own island, which lasted for a good thirty years! Al Capone
managed to rent an apartment under the guise of ...
... So after navigating the maze of the entrance of HHOF I get in and the excitement was unreal. First look was some of the most retro jerseys and one off ones too. I got chilled through my bones. Slowing walking around the home of hockey reading the history from 1890's to the present day. The players of the century and the teams of the decades. So Gretzky is quite a big deal. ( for none hockey fans Wayne Gretzky is like Beckham of soccer and Johnny wilkinson of rugby). Seeing all ...
It was an incredible journey but there's nothing quite like coming home. At this stage in my life I'm happy with where I am in terms of my relationships, career and well-being in general that it's comforting and even almost exciting to come home and see where my journey goes next.
After being in a developing nation too I have a lot to be grateful for when coming home. Knowing I ...
... schools (particularly in the public system) realistically can not achieve. Ultimately, having this level of access creates an opportunity to implement a personalised learning approach which has the potential to take learning to a whole new level. The most important message I would take away from my visit is that before considering a move to BYOD, a number of systems and shared understandings need to be in place first. This would require careful ...
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