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Apart from being grilled by security at the airport (my travel plans are slightly unusual & I have Russian, Mongolian and Chinese Visa's so I guess it's no surprise) Toronto seems really relaxed. They actually have the space to design a city if three million people so that it doesn't feel cramped. The roads are huge & run parallel to each other so you can't get lost. I'm staying for free in a 'vegan' house. I have to do a few hours work each day concreting ...
... with a bit of a traffic snarl-up!
We arrive at our London destination about a half hour off the mark but no one is worried about that. We make our acquaintance with everyone – Eva, our main Facebook content is the youngest sister, the oldest is Marg and the middle one is Phoebe. Phoebe’s husband Reg is also here. Eva works in daycare, loves animals and is the family historian; Marg is retired has a daughter who was married ...
... to watch the jet cars race. Mike even got the chance to soend some time with his friends from his old job at a get together. Then we both got together with our friends Courtney and Tom to hang out and catch up. In the past the four of us would get together for game nights and while we were in Korea we would regularly have FaceTime double dates. While we've made friends in Korea, nothing is quite the same as spending quality time with the people in ...
Waited at newark for Cynthia. First time flying porter. Picked up Cynthia, went downtown, picked up food at woorijip, Korean place where we went with Lina And Bowen. Chris met us there. Dropped the bags and Cynthia. We went for a walk, hit the diner for a drink, walked a lot, went to little Italy and NYU. Walked back home. We're staying at Chris' apartment with Adam (who I didn't see at all) and ...
Thankfully the three amigos woke up alive without being bitten to death by all the little spiders and critters that call our campground home. We had a lazy morning before packing up the tent and driving down past the visitor centre to the South Shore Trail which goes to the tip of Rondeau Provincial Park along Lake Erie. The trail was short, but the weather was warm and when we popped out of the brush we were given a limitless view of the ...