Grafton Village Inn
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After a week of cities and 6 days of French, it was nice to head off the freeways to a quaint country town in Ontario. The drive was great, very small towns, expanses of wilderness, camping grounds and then we arrived in Peterborough. A large country town, but very quiet. We found a boathouse on the shores of a large lake, overlooking the marina. The stairs were steep, but the view, the ice cold Moosehead Lager and ...
... a demonstration by the farm's beekeeper, cuddling with the two most lovely dogs on the world, laughing at the stupid actions of the goats, planting at least 15 different types of seeds, driving the gator (yes, that's the first time a drove a vehicle in my life), making my own bread and much much more! I always thought that making bread is incredibly complicated, but it actually isn't. I'll proof this to everyone that wants to see and taste it when I come home. I also got ...
Dog (didn't try it)
Sleeper bus - great idea but needs to be built to house us giant North Americans
Hard sleeper train - great way to travel - 6 bunks to a berth. A great way to meet people, air conditioned and pretty smooth
Plane - pretty cheap to get around and easy on/off.
Taxi (and scams) - always get an estimate of the price and then ensure meter goes on (from zero). We did ...
... the trip is over - the best, most adventurous and exciting trip we have ever ad. Our motorcycle trips are certainly exciting but operating in/learning about alien cultures meant something new every day and never knowing what to expect the next day.
Vietnam is highly recommended - safe, comfortable and very interesting. I think we just got into a section of China that was not really suited to tourists so I think a return visit is needed to form a true opinion.
... just got to the bottom of the locks when we noticed the little cruise boat coming towards the lock so we parked and watched her as she entered the lock and then was lifted to the top as the counter lock was filled with water and dropped down the shaft..... so interesting. Now, had we not had to search so hard for Healey Falls, or had we given up, we might not have seen the ship be lifted at the lift locks. Timing and luck on our side ...