The Woodlawn Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... and had a great meal. It's located on an island and people come from all over, some even taking float planes to get there. What a life! We actually met Henry later today, at the dock at Twelve Mile Bay where they pick up supplies. He's a jolly older man and James shared a few laughs with him.
We were docked by about 5:30 after a full day of travelling. This is the only time on our trip ...
... a few places where we could camp. When we arrived, however, he welcomed us in his house and told us we could camp in his backyard. We joined the whole family for the evening, went out for dinner and had s'mores around a bonfire on the beach before heading to bed. They have a house right on the lake. We had such a lovely ...
... and coke were worth it. Today is sunny and 27c, a lovely day.
Tomorrow is the last day of our road trip. We head off to Niagara Falls and then back to Toronto. Should be a good night. The PanAm games start in Toronto tomorrow and there's a heap of activities on all night. We've booked a different hotel, within walking distance of everything.
Having a great time,
Kevin & Fran
... think of a vegetable garden as a chunk of land divided into pieces and on each piece one crop will be grown. With permaculture, the idea is that one plant can support the growth of another plant, called companion-planting. Broccoli, potatoes and onions apparently grow really well together. Because permaculture does not involve any pesticides, plants have to be used as natural pesticides. When a certain insect that can damage a specific crop does not like the smell of ...
Back to the airport for the 11th flight of the trip and the 13.5 hours in the air from Shanghai to Toronto.
Went through the legroom request discussion with this China Eastern agent - no problem she was going to get us some. Wow - thanks? Not so fast - got on the plane and guess what - she lied - we were in regular seats and they are very tight. I could not get my legs into the seat without being splayed so went looking for bulkhead seats. I found one only beside a ...