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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Travel Blogs from Meaford

The Bones of Winter

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 22, 2015

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... about- sort of in the way that a mortally-wounded beast can still deliver a retaliatory deathblow to its hunter. The victory of spring is thus ambiguous. A spiteful blizzard brewed in Collingwood yesterday afternoon. I was in town collecting provisions for my onward travel and so there I was yet again chattering of tooth and aching of hand in the bus shelter waiting for the last transit home. Town was deserted as it was Sunday and miserable and ...

Tomorrow We Start Again

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 18, 2015

... Craic', we have somehow managed to survive the whole winter without holding a proper staff party. But due to the amount of Irish living here- true Irish souls, beautiful raconteurs, insomniac night owls- St Patrick's was always destined to be our night, so cue the Irish flag proudly draped in our wide window. Everyone was pretty much drunk by the time I rolled up home exhausted from another horrendous night on the desk. I made the rather ...

See you at the Next Location

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 16, 2015

... and you are separate from them and left trying to translate the murmurs of past conversations, feeling through words as though they were debris. Sometimes to remember is difficult and infuriating, it is as though you are trying to get the attention of someone who eternally has their their back turned towards you and you have no voice to yell with and no hand to reach out to grasp. Sometimes, worst of all, retrospectivity is futile and lonely and cold, ...

Rupture

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 09, 2015

... so the spring can be born, so I feel that all the people I have met and befriended here in this place might soon be ripped from me. They will leave yawning holes that will weep silver water for days, weeks to come; a sadness will reign in my heart like an unyielding splinter of winter. But it provides the fertile soil for the experiences of tomorrow. The more that a human heart ruptures, the more open it lies, the more pathways there are inside of ...

Enter the Ghosts

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 06, 2015

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... become the most common of all as more and more young people travel: this is when you inadvertently walk in the footsteps of prior travellers, reliving and reanimating their journeys. You might even hear ghost stories from third parties- people who narrate for your benefit their encounters with this previous, 'ghost' traveller, much as though they were giving interviews in some nostalgic documentary. I had a mild episode of this in Ottawa. The man from Nova Scotia, the one ...