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... kids across the lake on our large inflatable raft and on our 5 person Jumbo Dog. The kids had a great time, especially the birthday girl :o)
Thanks to Rebecca, Melanie, Christopher, Hubert, Michael, Danny, Jonathan, Alex, Ignacio, Isabel and Michael (neighbor) for making this a fun day for Jennifer.
Happy Birthday Jennifer. I hope you had a great and memorable day. Thanks for being you.
Love you lots.
Adrie & Mom
... where we had dinner at a Cuban restaurant. We had a 45 minute wait which was well worth it. Neither of us had eaten Cuban food before so weren't sure what to expect... the food was divine. Shame it didn't sit with me to well afterwards! After doing our last bits of souvenir shopping we went back to the hotel where I died of a stomache ache. Not sure whether to blame the food or rum?!
Tomorrow we head up state to Orlando to visit the theme parks yippee!
L & B ...
... plane. The plane ride back felt pretty short because I slept the whole way haha. When we got back to Toronto we took the Casino coach bus back to GSS , it had wifi so the trip wasn't too bad. When we arrived at Gss I missed the Caribbean but it was good to be home ! I'm so thankful for this opportunity it was so much fun and definitely a trip I won't forget ...
... basic necessities. We all came out of the meeting feeling very much prepared for our adventure ahead.
After orientation, we had a nice catered dinner and a meet and greet. It turned out that we had several people that had been on other Road Scholar porgrams before. THey had all loved their earlier programs and had spoken very highly of them. This program, ...
The flight from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago to Miami was scheduled to depart at 08:30, so one would think boarding would begin at about 08:00; it started at 08:18. By 08:36 everyone was on board. Regardless, the door was not shut nor did we push back from the gate until 08:53. "We just completed the final paperwork", was the explanation from the captain. Oh well.
About halfway ...