$11 Toronto->Montreal/Ottawa

WestJet today announced a one-day fare for guests travelling from Toronto to Ottawa or Montreal. This fare is only available for purchase on April 17, 2007 for travel before September 3, 2007.

“We are confident that our outstanding guest experience brings guests back,” says Duncan Bureau, WestJe Vice-President, Sales. “Our research shows that ninety per cent of WestJet guests fly with us again. Low fares have successfully stimulated other markets for WestJet throughout its history. We have identified an opportunity in Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal and hope these low fares encourage current and new guests to fly with us.”

The small print: Seats at these fares are limited and may not be available on all flights. New bookings only. 100 per cent non-refundable. Offer combinable with other fares. Flights may not operate on certain days. All fares shown are one-way. No advance purchase required. Taxes, fees and surcharges are extra where applicable. Visit WestJet.com for more information.

Back to Toronto

I’ve just come back from sunny Hawaii yesterday. A snowstorm hit Toronto today.

The weather is really bad. But Daniel told me there’s a paycheck for me and I need to sign the contract for my parttime webmaster job. So I decided to go downtown after all.

When I met up with Daniel and told him I need a long vacation this summer. He decided not to sign the contract with me and didn’t even give me the paycheck for my previous work. I don’t care. They don’t pay me well anyway.

Pearl Harbor

3-minute ferry trip to the offshore memorial at the sunken USS Arizona


1177 US soldiers died in the battleship USS Arizona when it took a direct hit and sank in less than nine minutes on Decemeber 7, 1941 when a wave of more than 350 Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor, home of the US Pacific Fleet.

Weather permitting, programs run every 15 minutes from 8am to 3pm(from 7:45am in summer) on a first-come, first-served basis. Pick up a free ticket at the information booth. The number printed on the ticket corresponds to the time the tour begins.

Visitors are not allowed to bring any items that allow concealment, including purses, camera bags, funny packs backpacks, diaper bags, shopping bags and the like. Also, cameras or video cameras largr than 12 inches can not be brought into the site at all.


Bus No. 20, 42 and City Express-A are the most direct from Waikiki to the visitor center,taking about an hour. Bus No. 20 makes a stop at the airport, adding about 15 minutes to the travel time.