Serenity Ranch Bed And Breakfast
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... Nobody was calling me about it so left. There is a 4,000 Guyanese dollars [$20 US equivalent] set of departures taxes that had to be paid. It's been well over a decade since such charges were not part of the ticket. Immigration was next and then security scanning, the latter involving a body scan; all survived.
A coffee spot was thankfully open. Got a medium American with milk for 500 GD, half of my remaining local currency. Sat down in the departure area to work ...
... Cheeses and port plus coffee polished me off.
Bagged out for a bit thereafter. On awakening, plowed along with the culling. Got the number from 2400 to 1900 [so far]. Will have to figure what is wrong with the camera charger when home.
It's 1110 Trawna time and landing in roughly 2H. Not quite sure where my head is re sleep. Just hope to beat the rush hour traffic home. Just some ginger ale with the final meal.
Touched down at 1300 into a ...
... the Rainbow Bridge. We were pretty stoked to see it wasn't that busy because we had been told it was going to take 2 hours to cross but in fact it was only 20 minutes!! The guy was nice and it didn't take long before we were on our way. We found a $5 carpark and made our way down to the waterfront on River Road to look at Falls from the Canadian side. The Horseshoe Falls are the Canadian ones and from this side the falls are much more impressive than the american ...
... in July! Lovely to see them. A bit silly of me not to take a photo of them :-( The evening was spent with our hosts. We had a delicious dinner of BBQ ribs etc. It was a special evening of chatting, laughing, teasing and then prayer together. It was Fred's birthday the next day when we would be leaving so we remembered him that evening. So back towards Chicago on Wednesday. About an 8 hour drive so planning to do it in a day. Cheerio! ...
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Happy New Year to everyone and all the best for this AWESOME and promising year of 2014!!!
I have had the wonderful pleasure to spend New Year's Eve with one of my very close friends in Hamilton and let me tell you, it was perfect!!! We left 2013 on a good note and welcomed the new year with pure, confident and hopeful hearts, ready for whatever challenges we might be going to face.
The first challenge was not ...