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... a French bakery and with nice views on the way. On our return we looked for the bakery but instead opted for the French Quarter Café. It had New Orleans style food, which was random but a lot of fun. We spoke to the chef owner’s wife, who asked how we had found the place. We suspect they don't get a lot of custom from New Zealand. The server was fun as well, the music catchy and the food was tasty.
We then went to a viewpoint area for a couple of caches that gave us views ...
... loaded back into the vans a drove to the airport. Jordan and Maki had to take the vehicles back, so we waited for them. we then got our boarding passes. I dropped of my luggage, and went to go through security. I waited at the gate until it was time to board the plane.
This was one of the funnest plane rides i have EVER taken. As a group, we participated in the safety chat the flight attendants do. When the mentioned the safety card ...
... can climb inside it to its mouth, which we did. Then on to the 117 m long suspension bridge which was originally built by coal miners in the 1930s to access mines across the river. There were lots of people on the bridge and on the river banks fishing for gold eye, which one fisherman told me is 'good eating if you are a good cook’. We then visited a hoodoo site and the town of Wayne situated at the end of a 6 km ...
... there and we had lunch and went for a short hike.
We had planned on camping in Drumheller but when we got the campsite the owner said the mosquitoes are "BAD". Also the temperature was 32 degrees+ - so between the heat and severe mosquitoes we decided it wasn't the best environment to camp with Robbie and Josephine. We opted for a more expensive choice - a motel with a kitchenette. It was way overpriced because we were in a ...
... 1. Head-Smashed in Buffalo Jump http://www.history.alberta.ca/headsmash edin/default.aspx
2. North West Mounted Police Museum
The Centennial Building provides a glimpse into traditional First Nations culture. Pay careful attention to the pictures on the wall. They are true art.
3. Mountain Views
On your drive to Drumheller, the view to the left out the car window is stunning. ...
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