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July 12th – day 69
It's a day to catch up today. On sleep,
schoolwork, journaling, the blog. We have a big day planned tomorrow
(going to the biggest theme park in Canada) so we are chilling out. It
feels very decadent to relax and do nothing but we are all enjoying
being able to do that. It's Sunday so we like to have been able to go
to church today but parking the RV in Toronto is not ...
July 10th – day 67
Today Matt picked us up and we drove
into downtown Toronto. It would certainly be a hard place to drive an
RV and with the PanAm games opening ceremony starting tonight, it
would've been even harder. We stopped near the waterfront, parked and
went for a walk for an hour, looking at the buildings and getting
some fresh ...
... us reflect a bit about our last year and a half traveling as to how many times we were the only tourists in certain cities or villages and how for the most part, locals made us feel comfortable even if there was a language barrier.
... of the water colliding into the rocks. Every time something was thrown into the waterfall, I did a slight jump as I thought of what could’ve happened.
Once I found myself cuddled on my towel hiding my misty eyes, I came to a conclusion that The Rosalit Waterfall scared me and is no place for a wimp like me! As
tired as can be, I slowly and imperceptibly, continued my way to South East. When I ...
Left Mississiauga at 5.30 am for Montreal. First stop Oshawa for a coffee break Second stop at Spencerville for a refill of gas. Third stop - Ottawa city. Walked around the city and visited the Parliament of Canada on Parliament Hill and it's iconic Parliament buildings. It's Gothic revival suite of buildings serves as the home of the Parliament of Canada and has a number of architectural elements and importance. We took many photos and went to the Westin ...