Super 8 Mount Hope/Hamilton Int'l Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that walking around Johannesburg was too dangerous. All my concerns were unfounded and I felt perfectly safe walking around the tourist areas of Johannesburg. The street vendors were in fact much less pushy than the ones in Ghana. I thought I should check out the stats to see what the deal is. I found a list of the 50 most dangerous cities in the world. Tsing takes in to account crime rates (mug goings, thefts, car jackings, rapes, assaults) and murderss ...
Once again we took the 10.40 am bus to the city. Visited the famous CN Tower which is the National Icon and Engineering marvel of Toronto. The Tower has six glass-faced high-speed elevators which travel at 22km/hr and takes only 58 seconds to reach 346 metres. We also ventured to the highest observation platform - SkyPod which is an additional 33 stories higher and has a unique and spectacular view - 360 degrees looking down over Toronto, Lake Ontario and ...
Theresa's List of Things Still to Do:
1. Learn Welsh by listening to CD's my daughter, De, who took Welsh in university as part of her Celtic Studies degree, lent me.
2. Fold the laundry
3. Make final decision as to what I'm taking
4. Pack that
5. Take out some shirts; there are always too many.
6. Change mind about hiking shorts and decide on much more comfortable ...
... Dave the Kyrgyzstan pix. Same showed more blue sky the first week than I recalled; less blue sky, the second week. I was pretty happy with the photographic effort, Brys, seeing them collectively for the first time.
Into LHR after 1000 local time. We were a bit later than expected. On clearing into the public area, said my farewell to Dave. The trip went very well with him. Hopefully China will beckon in two years.
Over to the ...
... costs. Of course we don’t have the luxury of a lift or inspection pit to make getting at the underside of the car any easier to do this job. So our usual tactic is to find a bit of wasteland out of the public view and away from built up areas and human habitation etc, and dig a hole in the ground. The theory is that the old oil will pour neatly and not too messily down the hole if the car has been correctly positioned over the hole. Sounds simple enough? Well, judging how ...