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Bean's Cafe is a homeless shelter, soup kitchen and social services to almost 1,000 people per day. About 800 people come through their lunch and dinner food line and another 125 receive sack lunches. 200 or so sleep on mats on the floor and many more sleep in the shelter next door. We stopped by for an afternoon and were put to work making hundreds of trail mix snack bags. Andy (the ...
... for a fresh muffin and coffee for breakfast. Found ms Oosterdam just pulling into the port. Being Sunday morning and exactly a week since we arrived, the sister cruise ship to ours had arrived and was in the process of disgorging the next group of a thousand new tourists, who were already gaping at the views.
But what is a perfect morning if it can't be spoiled by a rant. What is it about America that doesn't realise that there are other people on ...
Gavin selected the pizza place we would eat tonight....Flattop Pizza! We let him lead the way, as he had checked out the map. Well....when we arrived and walked inside we realized it was a POOL HALL! Hmmmm....decided that would not be a good choice.....can hear the parents asking....."you what?" Anyway, we found a "family" type pizza place and had a yummy ...
... and write. The cost of this however is that it may convey the impression that I’m simply here on a irresponsible soiree. Indeed many blog comments reflect admiration or envy at my six month holiday. So I’ve given myself the challenge of writing an interesting post about what I am doing here when I’m not hobnobbing with bears, fishing for halibut or gazing awestruck at the scenery.
As a Fulbright Scholar, I’m here to ...
... down pat. Off and collected our luggage in about 15mins. Much better experience than the hours long fiasco in Brisbane with P&O!
Found our transfer bus easy peasy, locked & loaded. Quite funny audio commentary on the 2.5hr bus trip to Anchorage, mostly about the size of the mosquitos, depth of the snow in winter and the craziness of cabin fever. Couple of interesting facts: There are an estimated 100,000 glaciers in Alaska! I think ...