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I camped just outside of Winnipeg for a couple of nights, playing golf one day and dining in the trendy Winnipeg district “The Forks” one evening. The overnight low dipped to 7 degrees but I am well prepared for the cold so it was not a problem.
The Bird’s Hill campground is quiet large with excellent amenities and was to be the site of a huge annual folk festival the day I left. In fact, cars ...
... inside. Next time we will make sure that what we buy is in season and locally grown. There are Mennonite ( similar to Amish) families around the area and we saw them driving their black horse drawn buggies. After visiting the market we walked along the main street of St Jacobs which was similar Mt Tamborine in Qld and looked at a local antique shop. Joe managed to find some old treasures which are now in his study.
Other activities that I have been to this past month ...
... me. To the right, a lady with what sounds like a pigeon cooing away in one of those blue cloth Walmart bags. She occasionally pushes her face into the bag and whispers angrily at the poor bird. Very surreal detail of the night. Physically, I feel the worst I have been since my flu-wracked and sleep-deprived Canada landing. But otherwise I am happy- it is the enlivening thrill of the road again, the allure of the unknown. At last I am saying goodbye to the ...
... and is suitably located in the mountains.
Fuerteventura is loosely translated as "Strong Winds" or a corruption of the French term for "Great Adventure". It is one of the Canary Islands, in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa, politically part of Spain. At 1,660 sq km (641 sq mi), it is the second largest of the Islands and was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in May ...
... this 'farm' type shop. The pies smelt good but we were still full from lunch and slightly sleepy after dozing on the bus.
We reached our hotel in Toronto at about 5.30pm and chilled out for a few hours before going out to explore the neighbourhood around the hotel. We stumbled on quite a large gay village two blocks away so found somewhere to have a drink and people watch. It was nice to chill out a bit after a very hectic few days.