This morning I took advantage of the nice weather (it’s supposed to rain later today) and went for a brisk early morning walk. I wasn’t far from home when I saw a whole heap of geese. Now anyone who knows me knows I don’t like birds in general, and some of them I’m actually fearful of (Those damn magpies!)
And I’ve mentioned previously, that I’ve heard about Canadian Geese aggression. While I was on my walk this morning I saw a whole heap of these Geese together and honestly had to think twice about whether I wanted to continue on my walk. Especially as I saw a couple with two little baby geese crossing the road.
Take a look at this clip I found on You Tube if you want to see how they can act!
So I did end up making it to the supermarket without being attacked, and found this little beauty.
Baileys Coffee Creamer!!
Can’t wait to have my next coffee.
I should explain to my friends in Australia, they have creamer here that they put in coffee. It’s not as thick as our cream back home, but it’s creamier than our whole milk. It tastes delicious! I wish we had an equivalent in Australia.
It normally comes in a carton that looks like a regular milk carton.
I was also looking for certain biscuits and was walking up and down the aisle looking for where they had their biscuit section until I remembered that the word I should be looking for was “cookies”
And look, they had Tim Tam’s too!! I think they’re a touch expensive here though.
We went to Polo Park shopping centre after lunch and I felt like I would in any shopping centre back home.
I’ve been here so many times over the years I’m completely familiar with it and knew where all the stores where.
We drove around some then stopped in for a coffee break at, where else but Tim Hortons.
I went to the counter and asked for a couple of white coffees. The person looked at me blankly. “Two white coffees” I repeated. He said “What kind of coffee do you want?”
And the reason he was confused is that they don’t say that here. You order coffee and it’s expected to be black unless you ask for milk/creamer. So I ordered two black coffees with two “creamers”. It was delicious!
We also got some Tim Bits and a chocolate crunch cookie to tide us over until our family dinner.
Another thing I’m having to get used to is the automatic flushing toilets.
Although we do have some of those in Australia, they have many more here and sometimes it just catches me off guard!!
And sometimes it won’t flush and I’m looking at what the heck I’m supposed to push, pull or wave my hand over to get the thing to flush.
We went to Paradise Restaurant for dinner. When we walked in, there was a beautiful Italian cooking smell that took me right back to the seventies.
Actually it was comforting, and I really love Italian food so I was looking forward to dinner.
This picture was of the unoccupied section. There really were people in there I promise. I loved the pictures of different parts of Italy on the walls.
Our server brought out some bread sticks to start. They were made from pizza dough.
When I put mine on my plate my mind went somewhere it probably shouldn’t. Come on, I’m not the only one who sees it am I?????
And this was the rest of our food. We really didn’t have any complaints other than we thought the serves were a bit small. I know my fettuccine was really tasty and I loved the sauce too. I like it simple.
Sadly another day has come to an end.
Good night, bonne nuit and don’t dream of bread sticks.