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... a bit crazy to think you're then in a completely different country. We were on a small plane flown by Porter Airways, and actually flew into the little downtown airport of Toronto. The cool thing about the little downtown airport of Toronto is that it's actually located on a little island, and so after you land you need to grab your luggage, go through customs and then take the 30 second ferry ride to the mainland.
After the ...
... 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!
In one of the most anticipated games in the group stage, Italy faced England in the heat of the Amazon jungle in the city of Manaus and it was the brilliance of Pirlo and the clinical finishing of Balotelli that won the game for Azzuri. England played well with speed but Rooney is still searching for his first ...
... juice, bottled water, coffee, tea and biscuits (cookies) for all. Wow! What more could a no-frills traveller want?
Probably free alcohol – which was provided on my flight :-)
So if you are ever in Toronto, check out Porter as an easily accessible, welcoming airline taking you to your next ...
After enduring the agonizing Christmas shutdown with no job in sight I was anxious to be able to do something successful so focussed my attention on buying a condo. The sensible option was to get a job first and then buy a place but commuting from my family home to any of my job prospects would be a nightmare by bus or car.
I had already gone twice with my agent ...