Travelodge Toronto East
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... the mobile plans are here. For one month they wanted $CAD110. $CAD65 to activate the sim, $CAD15 for the calls and texts (and you get charged for getting calls) then $CAD30 for 1GB of data. Ummm no, we'll have to try and do this old school (later on we were saved by Uncle who lent us his old GPS).
Hinesh, Jono, Jason and I head out after lunch to Kensington. We will meet Sharon and her family there. We take a train and a street car out to Kensington and Jason plays ...
... our stuff at the hotel when we head to the west side of Rwanda five days before our departure date) and received an answer that was anything but routine. I was expecting our trip organizer to say "Yes we will be storing our bags" and instead was told that while we will be storing the bags when we head out on our first multi-night trip, we will not be storing them on our second multi-night trip. That means that ...
... we arrived. The islands are surrounded by Lake Ontario and there is even a beach or two. We had lunch and walked along the boardwalk. It was really nice to see Toronto from the water. A quick visit to the St Lawrence markets which are usually a farmers/food market however was only antiques on the day we were there. We then got some last minute items at the Eaton Centre before heading up to Downsiew on the subway to be picked up and taken out to ...
Today, I'm so sick! I don’t know exactly but I think that it’s because, last week, I needed to go to the stadium by walk with a group and it was raining outside and when I arrived to the stadium, my feet were very wet… I look like flue but I’m not sure… I only need some rest and after I will feel better!
This weekend, I went to Oshawa. It was amazing to be in ...
Entering back into America I was once again disappointed with the officiousness of people in uniform. Although we have sufficient visas and are obviously legitimate New Zealand tourists, we were spoken to with arrogance. I understand that official business needs to be taken seriously but I don't understand being treated so rudely. This seems to be a common theme among any person in uniform. As with anything that denotes bad manners, Dave kept my fiery personality under ...