The Ivy At Verity
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... three dirty spots ON THE WALLS because the people couldn't wash them off.
This map shows the way from Brighton School to the Eaton Centre.
Starting a new adventure seems so exciting! The days leading up to departure are filled with planning and packing, and it is easy to become distracted by the thoughts of what new experiences, connections and learning might be in store! It's not until you must say goodbye to all those that you love that it becomes a true reality, and the excitement washes away to the weight of ...
... as it sounded. There was a beautiful view
across the valley although I chickened out of jumping across the small gap with a 20 foot ravine below to
witness it. My view, as an alive individual, was perfectly fine! Remembering my mal-coordinated tendencies, visions of heading to a rural A and E flashed before my eyes. The farmer
guy, a stereotypical Canadian with a bushy beard and a lumberjacket, warned us
about his pesky neighbour ...
... are staying in Toronto I would recommend this hotel or the Fairmont Royal York Hotel which is opposite Union Station. This area is also a bit quieter. There are about six restaurants across the road and St Lawrence Market is just two blocks away.
When we were in New York we tried to get tickets to the 'Book of Mormon' but unfortunately it was booked out. To our surprise it had just opened at the Princess Theatre and we managed to secure two of the ...
... pretty cool), and lots of pretty gardens. It even had a mini zoo! Well actually, zoo is a bit of a strong word, more like glorified cow sanctuary with a random peacock and some llamas. To be fair it was free, so top marks considering their lack of
funds. I even saw a Highland cow, and felt a strange affinity with it, both expats from the UK. I think I need to get my head checked. I loved the honest responses from some of the children like ‘is it ...