Travel Blogs from Toronto
... that I won't need to break my back carrying around for 6 weeks. I suppose it does come down to saving my life and building great "guns"--another 2fer* deal!...hhhhmmmm
WARNING!!! please don't suggest the one you attach to your belt-apparently the mosquitoes in Central America have never heard of it and continue to investigate the pale white gringos ...
... millionaire who went bankrupt but was not part of today's event.
Nearby was Spadina House, another large mansion, and part of today's event. The tour starts at the converted attic which was the servants quarters and leads down each level to the ground floor.
... a lot of questions.
But it wasn't as bad as my time going to London, so compared to that, it was quite uneventful and i got through quite fast. But still asked a lot a questions.
We then took a Subway to near the hostel we were staying at, and walked the rest of the way. Past the Theatre Metamorphosis is playing at.
We got to the hostel and checked in. Geordie, Stuart, Caleb and I were all in the same room. ...
... we could be going somewhere warm!!
Like previous trips I will blog when I have wi-fi which I do not expect to have at the Ice Hotel but should be connected while in Malmo. Excited to try new activities, foods (maybe a little Rudolph) and many local beverages...might try grog again!! Next stop Jukkasjärvi.
Låt semestern börjar ... vi ställer på en annan fantastiskt äventyr med barnen!! xoxo
... the DJ is doing his best to match their taste, playing Brazilian songs as most of the youngsters are from Brazil.
Then, suddenly, the evening is a full on success within a couple of minutes, the kids are going crazy, inside as well as outside on the dance floor of the boat.
The setting sun is a wonderful addition to the already awesome atmosphere and the skyline of Toronto once again shines off in its full beauty.