I found this place after taking a wrong turn and climbing a couple of fences (welcome to my life). Or though is it really classified as a wrong turn if you don't know where your meant to be going in the first place & anyway because you figure that it's a fairly small-ish island, that you at some point might recognise a given landmark, so therefore don't need a map of any kind whatsoever.....
Due to geographical embaresment on my part....... We saw this place 4 times in 2 days.
Lesson learned....When in a foreign country always remember the map.
The Subtle Differences. October 17th 2005 The Canadian summer was a lovely affair what with the late dusks, high 20's, bbq's on chad's/"our" 12th floor balcony overlooking Lake Ontario and the city lights with a bottle of Alaxander Keiths (no v.b. or Carlton over here boys and girls) assuming the position.
Chad's unit is in a leafy suburb called Mississauga pronounced "miss-iss-sar-gwar",which is situated at least 15 mins away from whe ... read more
North America » Canada » Ontario » Algonquin Provincial Park A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
As of August 2005, I will be on a Firefighter exchange program, between the New South Wales Fire Brigades of Australia and the Brampton Fire and Emergency services in Canada for the duration of a year.... full info