Relax Inn Collingwood
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... get them done, or well done!! Or, well done crispy!! She also had 'poutine' on the menu . . . I asked her how she pronounces it . . . and she said it is 'pow-teen!'
I got a small order of fries . . . done just right . . . a little one the done side . . . and we ate them down to the last crumb!! Without catsup!!
After we got through Peterbough, we had to navigate a huge lake (19 miles long and 16 miles wide), ...
... did, and we got the mast up!
We still slept on the boat at the marina, but left early for a beautiful anchorage where we could get organized. I took the boys stand up paddling to a shoal where we climbed on the rocks, and got a little refreshed. Later, we went to the marina, where Giselle and Jeff have their sailboat, and we ended up spending the day with them. There is a beach and playground next door to them, which was great for the kids. Giselle and ...
... world but that hasn't been the case. As the days have quickly passed I have only been getting more and more anxious about everything. Hopefully over the next 48 hours everything will start to feel a little more manageable
So far the hardest part has been not feeling prepared enough for the teaching side of things. There was very little information given ...
... on the Thames and sat on the top of the double decker bus and got our bearings and jumped off to see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey . Just looked at everything briefly .. plan on returning on Sunday to go inside. We went back to our hotel after a bit of a mixup on the Tube. All in all.. we collapsed in bed after 36 hours of staying awake. Im pretty sure we were a bit delirious. :) ...
... is packed earth, for example, as the locals believed the earth was sacred and couldn't conceive of it being hemmed in and covered over in a place of worship, and the altar area was more open as the locals preferred to be up close to the ceremonies, not removed as in a regular Church.
After that, I headed up the Peninsula to Discover Bay, which was a British Naval Dockyard, in miniature, during the period just before and just ...