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TravelPod Member ReviewsHI Edmonton
So mein Aufenthalt im HI-Edmonton war ganz ok. Es ist im Stadtteil Old Strathcona, was sehr cool ist. Bis man in Downtown ist dauert es eine gute Halbestunde zu Fuss. Das Hostel hat gut ausgestattete Zimmer mit grossen Spinten. Leider ist das Bad in dem ich war ein wenig klein, nur ein "Bründli" und die Küche hat auch nicht sehr viel Geschirr.
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So am 18. August fuhr ich weiter Richtung Fernie, hier wollte ich meine nächste Nacht im Hostel The Raging Elk verbringen. Ich fuhr am Morgen kurz nach dem Frühstück ab. Mein erstes Ziel hiess Radium Hot Springs (ein weiteres Bad mit heisser Quelle). Die Strecke zwischen Banff und Radium Hot Springs ist sehr sehenswert. Es geht durch Berge, über Pä …
... Christmas Day when I forgot my coconut oil behind. Longest Bus Ride: 14 hours Longest Plane Ride: 12 hours Worst Day: December 16. See "Mini Buses Suck". I actually started crying at the Valley of the Moon I was so sick of the bus ride and the annoying people I was with. Best Day: December 23 and 24. This was the most amazing hostel right on the salt flats. Hands down one of the coziest and amazing places I've gotten to stay at. The beds, ...
... and a rodeo bull and apparently full of 18yr olds so we made sure we were well prepared with lots of alcohol games and food at the condo. The one classic game Flip Cup came out which was our favourite in Fiji to keep the backpackers entertained. I remain flip cup champion still! When we got to the Ranch we were all pretty much wasted and when we got in it wasn't what it used to be as there was no line dancing or rodeo bull. Just a night club, so we continued drinking and dancing ...
- we bought Fodors guide to SE Asia, it was helpful to find things to do
- depending on who you are, where you chose to stay (type and quality of hotel) can influence how well you like an area
- you need to be registered in all the countries by the hotel or home where you stay, make sure they know how many are in your family!!
- there are more motorbikes then you can imagine
- a lot of people and things can fit on one motorbike
... for a course I'll soon be teaching to a group of 17 Chinese professors, who are visiting the University of Alberta to spruce up their teaching and their English language skills. They've been taking courses and observing classes since they arrived. It will be my job to help them make sense of the higher education culture they've been experiencing, and to figure out what parts of it they can implement in their classrooms ...