A Good Knight B&B
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So many jerks so much blog space to call them out.
The douche baggery started early on the trip. First there was the husband and wife team on the flight up that decided they both had social anxiety disorder and could not sit near anyone including each other. They both required a full 3 seats (which they did not pay for) so they could lay down. They demanded blankets and apparently they had discussed their "disorder" with multiple people ...
... was your favourite country?" but we really can't answer that question because each country offered us different experiences, and we can only refer to multiple highlights. From being up close and personal with Great White Sharks to Elephants and Rhinocerous, to visiting (albeit briefly) with Mountain Gorillas, and trekking through a jungle on two occasions. Not only were the ...
... which was absolutely beautiful. The others ordered Chicken Pot Pie, Bangers and Mash, Fish and Chips and Darryl had Liver, Onions and Bacon. We all agreed that this was one of the best meals we had had so far in our travels.
Darryl, Mark, Chris and Jody, went to have another drink before bed and it was a pretty early night. Tomorrow is our last day here in Canmore and we are planning a quiet day as it has started raining and there is thunder and lightning ...
... the temps edging into mid-30s I have to say the chilled AC store was a welcome relief from the streets, even if it meant I had to traipse after Sel doing the usual shopping. Now comfortably back at the hotel and in for the night. I have to prepare myself for the chaos of tomorrow - as it is one of the two shopping days allowed. We will be travelling to a mall on the outskirts of Calgary - so................won't be much to write about tomorrow
... amused when we showed up to find a small pool of dirty water filled with locals offering foot massages. One man was even washing his motorcycle in the water. Moral of the story: manage your expectations when in a foreign country!
Katelyn - Though very painful, I thought it was funny when I fell off the small fence onto some rocks by the lake. I couldn't stop laughing at myself and at the "surgery" that took place soon after by some "doctors".