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Travel Blogs from Toronto
What a busy end of the week of packing, goodbyes, and getting things in order for three months away! But it's finally here... The dreaded drive to the airport and reality setting in. Not sure if it's the coffee jitters or the fact I'm sure I've forgotten something or saying goodbyes, but feeling a little anxious. Then the words no traveller wants to see on the screen at any airport.... ...
... of or resembling an erupting volcano". How about roller coaster? The media reports on events and paints a picture of impending doom. Research reveals modern aircraft are made better with improved engines and the aviation industry has improved advisory alerts and evasive flying strategies to prevent a repeat of 2010. Nonetheless, fretters do exist (I got one, I got one....)!
Back to the present. Today is Day 1 ...
safe. Nobody is safe. They just love crime.”
It was amusing to listen to them because they were old and stupid and
making fools of themselves but he knew that the fate of the world hung largely
on the whims of old and stupid people. He felt tired and he stood up. “Thanks
for the lesson, but I've got to go.”
He walked away and left the old couple to sit and be glad they lived
among civilized people. ...
... and were colouring with the kids. I was the 'keeper' of the pencil crayons and every child was allowed 2- there are so many of them that it is hard to keep track and I quickly noticed that many of them had 10 pencil crayons. They would hide them and come back and ask for more- yep I was outsmarted!! Wednesday We spent the day at a village about 1 hour away doing 'medical outreach'. Patients check in, get their weight and blood pressure checked and then see ...
I left Monday morning at 10:30 am. I had planned on leaving earlier but thought I'd wait for the traffic to ease up. Good decision as it was clear sailing right to the border. Waited in line for about 30 minutes and finally got to pull my motorcycle up to the booth and hand over my passport. The customs agent seemed more bemused and amused than anything else. He thought it a little crazy that I was traveling for ...
Other places to stay in Toronto
Woodbine Corridor, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $122
Downtown, Toronto | 4 star motelfrom $59
West Toronto, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $76
- So much for all Canadians being nice!
Cliffcrest, Toronto | Motelfrom $58