Meaford Motel & Restaurant

Address: 126 Sykes Street North, Meaford, Ontario, N4L 1P3, Canada | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel is located on 126 Sykes Street North, Meaford.
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Sleep Deprivation

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Feb 12, 2015

They say that the effects of sleep deprivation can be so severe, they are capable of changing the way someone behaves, that it can have a profound impact on the normal cognitive functions of the human brain. Memory, intelligence and even one's sex drive can take a plunge in performance, not to mention the increase in error and accidents that can arise. Not for nothing have such techniques been used as a form of ...

After Hours

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 31, 2015

... Tactics can be bizarre, from surreptitiously sniffing guests to ascertain if they have been smoking pot or not, to delivering conciliatory bottles of wine to the disgruntled and tetchy. But there are people who are lovely, too- who arrive at the desk past midnight after long journeys with patience and grace and humour in spades, who are grateful to have a bed ready and waiting and are willing to skate over any minor descrepancies, knowing that it ...

Basic Wilderness Survival for Urbanised Idiots

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 30, 2015

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... back on the chairlift to ride back to the bottom of the mountain, a vertiginous drop that was the closest sensation to flying I have ever felt in my life, smooth, in the open, wind in my icy hair. The pure joy of living filled that moment. One could ski for years and never ride the chairlift downwards in such a way. After returning our snowshoes, we went to Jozo's for a complimentary, post-hike hot chocolate. My friend and I had a hilarious conversation about basic wilderness ...

Guy in coffee shop, Conversation ensues

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 28, 2015

... magnificently sunny and so I decided to brave the sub-zero temperatures and go running outside for the first time since I left Halifax over a month ago. I was a bit worried at first about the old icy snow and also that I would be out of shape, what with all of my half-hearted gym sessions of late. But as soon as I stepped outside and set off, all of my apprehension fell away. It was joyful and liberating to run beneath the sharp shadows of trees, alongside the ...

Tiny, Tiny Bug and The Weight of the Universe

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Jan 25, 2015

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... moment I was sure I was alone, I also did a few dance steps, you know, just to make use of the sad, abandoned spaces. At one point, I was wasting some time in the bathroom, pulling faces in the mirror, sitting on the loo. I leant down and saw a tiny ant crawling on the cold, grim flagstones of the floor. The ant seemed so very obscure and vulnerable against the huge expanse of stone; and it kept running back and forth as though in some terrible distress. I watched it for a ...