The Inn at Christie's Mill
Travel Blogs from Muskoka
I can't believe it is nearly here. I really hope that today was the very last time that I will be at Target. A late night of report writing, 6 hours of zzz's and a few more hours at work tomorrow. Then the final pack-up and house prep! The to-do list is dwindling. Enjoyed reading the younger boys a bedtime about Pompei. Can't wait to see it!
... a lot of flights from anywhere when we arrived. It was also too cold for ground crew to work, or for their equipment to function properly. It was borderline panic in the arrivals terminal.
miraculously, after an hour-long wait, we had ALL our bags, our
carseat, and our stroller! We went out to meet Mom and Dad, drive up to
Orillia, and embrace the Canadian winter in FULL force... it was -20.
And this was a ...
... m sure I asked myself this the entire drive back to Orillia. I knew the true answer, I was just scared to admit it to myself. No, I wasn’t happy. Finally, I came to a realization. I no longer just wanted to go abroad, I felt as though I needed to. There was nothing left that Orillia had to offer me. It was time for me to spread my wings, and discover who I am.
Coming to Ireland has been a dream of mine since high school. I always knew I would end up here - some way, some how. Turns out, studying my second year of a criminology university degree would be the way in which I have found myself in this amazing country, on an amazing journey.I have decided to begin a blog to not ...
... Lunch at a restaurant was super and we returned home for home made Indian food. Fantastic!
Dinner with the Koster family was super fun, it was really nice to see the family and tour the impressive island.
Tuesday morning we returned to the city - parting ways with Leslie and Mike.. *sniff*sniff*
I sure wish we could see one another more frequently.