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... ago! This meant only one thing...I had to catch up and fast!
Night One = 6 episodes down 18 to go!
The following morning was overcast so we decided to walk over to the Old Town of the city aptly named 'Old Town' - Wow, 10 points for imagination on that one guys! We walked via the lively King Street until we came to the unmistakable mix of 19th century residential ...
... City and pointed out interesting facts and buildings. There are a massive amount of high rise condominiums buildings in this capital City of Ontario - near the lake. It is a very modern city and the financial and commercial centre of Canada. We drove around Toronto University - a major uni of Canada.
We all had lunch at Toronto Eaton Centre. Then had a relaxed afternoon exploring the ...
... to help a family of six and left her post, thus leaving a line of a growing 10 people, only to return to a line of 50+ people and ask..." Are all you people waiting for a kiosk?" "No! For carry on!" I made it to a kiosk and dutifully followed said instructions on the screen, only to be told I would need to see a customer agent, as my boarding pass was unable to be printed. Off to line number 3 of the morning. ( count hand luggage line and kiosk line) Diane was the ...
... you never really know what they are looking for and what they want to hear in the answers. This was for a grade five to eight guidance and learning support position. I know that I don't have a lot of one on one guidance experience or experience teaching at a private school so these are factors that are definitely against me. After the interview I was given a tour of the school and then given a cab to the airport. ...
We arrived early at the Jet Airways check-in counter, and got our boarding passes. I decided to splurge and upgrade to Business Class, which I figured would be well worth it for the 16 or so hours we'd be on the plane.
Then we met up with Bob and Dorothy, who had some challenges getting checked in, again due to not having correct etickets. I went ahead to enjoy the Maple Leaf Lounge, while Cindy helped get Bob ...
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