Travel Blogs from Toronto
... at Australian customs. Unfortunately for Kirk, Australia has a restriction of 50 grams of cigarettes allowed per person. As a result Kirk was forced to surrender more than half of the 2 cartons he had purchased at the Duty Free shop in Toronto (see Kirk Facebook page for his full rant on this subject).
But after 3 flights, over 28 hours, 1 weather delay, a malfunctioning deplaning ramp and the great cigarette confiscation we finally arrived in Sydney!
Costa Rica wrote another chapter in their proud footballing history after defeating Italy 1-0 to top perhaps the toughest Group in an unbelievable display of grit and determination. The real dark horse of this tournament has surfaced in style... they are Los Ticos!
In Group E, France scored five unanswered goals to easily beat Switzerland 5-2 and Ecuador came back to defeat Honduras 2-1 courtesy of Enner Valencia's double.
... with illustrated artwork around the interior.
There was an upper level circular terrace from where you can see the upper levels more close ...
... to sound too much like Darth Vader proved difficult.
I was issued 7 days Amoxicillin for my $183 total bill, but was just happy to have received something at all.
Feeling a little defeated we strolled back to our hostel to begin treatment.
(Just incase you're wondering, it's now a week on and I feel good )
... not possible. Despite having an abundance of ESL jobs paying $3000+ USD as a Canadian I was part of some visa embargo and would not be able to get one unless I had a BA in English which I don't.
I inquired about the backdoor coming in on my UK passport but the UK visa process was too big of a gamble where I would have to fly to the UK for a month only then to face the chance of ...