Hotel Cap Diamant
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... idols, the history of the church in Burkina Faso, a brief history lesson and a taste of Djula, one of the local languages in Burkina. The most challenging days were Thursday and Friday, where Nathan Rieger, a pastor and the planter of Vineyard churches, spoke about the idols of the world and had us identify the idols in our lives. Basically, the past few days have been one big eye opening headache!
On Saturday we finally got to sleep in!! I woke up at 9 and ran ...
... good for us as there weren't the huge crowds of tourists we are expecting at Niagara. Apart from the large group of school children we found on our arrival (which thankfully had dispersed after we had walked the area for a while) the park around the Falls was peaceful, with just a few tourists dotted about. Of course it might get busier in summer and we were simply lucky.
We enjoyed the museum and the art gallery. The museum ...
... work! For those of you who do not have children while I'm on sabbatical, I apologize in advance, but the chance that I'll be able to make you a quilt is slim to none!
I managed to make it to the airport in Yellowknife last Wed without getting tagged. I headed to Quebec City for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. It was really, really great to catch up with friends, colleagues, students past and present, and to ...
... an active military base and home to the 22nd Regiment who were established in 1914. Although the base is active it is for administrative purposes only so no tanks or guns but you still see soldiers. The regiment has fought in WWI, WWII and the Korean War and been involved in peacekeeping duties with the UN in the Balkans and Afghanistan. Although the regiment was established long after Canadian independence they look very much like British ...
... where I can buy my weekly bus pass. This is epic.. : Où... je puis acheter le carte de bus pour un semaine? (where can I buy the bus card for a week?)
"Huh je ne comprends pas."
Me desperately pointing 7 fingers, : Le carte pour bus pour sept jours!
"ahh... tu peux acheter à la pharmacie!"
: D'accord! Merci beaucoup.
... one of my longest french conversation...
But Im glad I did it, that's my whole ...