Pepper Muffin Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... be busy checking out and setting up our new G4’s.
And to have it continued: instead of newspaper or internet – Paul is busy in the morning to set up his new phone – I think he will be busy for the next little while.
So we better have early breakfast and go home so that we have more time for the toys.
Good Bye Camping – Hello ...
... to people who like it so much they decided to stay for some time. Most of them pride themselves with gardens that match in town. Park is well maintained and we recommend it if you are in the area and need a place to stay. We were in site 172 with full hookups and even cable.
Once there we took the puppies for a long walk. A few friendly dogs welcomed them to the park. Back at camp ...
... into some alpacas who were pretty funny. From then on I've had a sore throat... and alternating between being chilly and sweaty... aaaaaaaaaand my tummy hurt a bit after supper...
Thursday was the Olympic Events Day at school. Nobody really knew what was going on and few things went wrong, but I think most kids still enjoyed it. I stayed with one group of kids, to make sure that one boy in Chloe's class was comfortable enough with everything that was ...
... street changed from two way to one way without any signs being posted as to the change. People just know that the one-way traffic begins or ends.
Christmas Eve in Honduras usually finds families getting together for a meal, often serving pork, and some typical drinks made with pineapple or other fruit. Western style decorations - Santa Claus and Frosty the Snowman blowups are everywhere, and many homes sport Christmas lights and a well decorated fake Christmas tree.
... cushion of the lounge chair in the main bedroom. Guess what when we packed, put everything in the car and then double checked ourselves like we do at ever port of call so see nothing had been left behind. Well who would have thought of checking the lounge chair as that is something I never do and it wasn't till we unpacked at Millstone Manor in Nanaimo that I realised no blue folder and I had to phone Darryl. I admitted I was ...