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... with wonderful memorabilia. I got a fright going to the toilet as there was arm poking out from the base of vanity but I realised it wasn't real as that was what the decor was like.They were very welcoming and we were invited to join them for get together with neighbours and everyone had to supply food to share so long as it contained garlic and was locally grown. This was fantastic with people gathered round a ...
... city in the world, and allow you to train with some of the top instructors in the world, while seeing world class theatre - the best of the best!
Why is this trip important to me? New York has always been a place that I've wanted to go to. To see the hustle and bustle of this vibrant city, to see the lights of Time Square, to experience the life that happened there. As Frank Sinatra says "I want to be a part of it." I am not sure why, but ...
... time I could order a half meal.
As it was still raining lightly we decided to go to the Reptile House. It was well set out, with signs telling you how venomous each snake was. I like turtles, John likes snakes. There were some cute multi-coloured frogs (and some revolting ones) - we had fun. The signs were interesting – one snake has the colouring of a more venomous one to fool predators. One snake is of great benefit to farmers as it is harmless ...
... in the guestbook. We also sent congratulations to our friends Pete and Ailsa, who had just attended their son Andrew’s surprise church wedding in Poland.
Our only stop was just 20 km from Banff at Canmore. I had solved a puzzle cache called 'Maths Nerd' - which I was keen to find both for the title and because the owner's name started with 'Y’. Sad really but it adds to the fun and John is tolerant at times. It took us to a walkway in the Industrial ...
... they keep the props. A really enjoyable tour.
After our tour, we went back into the rehearsal space, and had a nice chat with Mark DuMez, all about Chemainus, and the theatre profession in general. One of the main things he said was to keep your word. If you commit to something, stick with it, even if you don't get paid doing that gig, and a paid gig comes along. It is more important to keep good relations with with people you work ...