Travelodge Barrie On Bayfield
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... we arrived, the bacon was gone and some of the other things pretty limited. We back-filled with some Tim Horton's down the road!!
We traveled through some resort towns, Peterbough and Ollila. I, again, did not take a lot of pictures. I did notice some interesting names of towns: Ompah, Omemee, and the most interesting: Sexsmith!! Not to be confused with Sexsmith, Alberta!!
On a long stretch of Trans-Canada HWY 7 ...
Drive back from the Cottage after breakfast and head out to Lake Simcoe. B&E have a beautiful 33 foot sailboat on this very large lake. We take it out and are blessed with steady sailing winds with occasional gusts. Danny takes the helm and has a ball getting it healed over to 30 degrees list and almost maximum hull speed for 2 hours. But Karen gets the record as she has the wheel when a ...
... and we really wanted to escape the crowds!!!! We walked to the Louvre where we left Nancy. Dianne, Janet and I took a taxi to Sacre Coure to do another self walking tour. The view was amazing! The walk downhill was quite, quaint, and oozed with a feel like it must of been when the impressionists were there creating. We felt a little chuffed to think we actually had seen their paintings at the museum already!! On finding Moulin Rouge the quaintness disappeared and you ...
... to travel through Malaysia, you should not expect first class accommodation (unless you pay Western prices, and are in either a popular tourist location or urban city centre). Bugs and rodents shared our accommodations on many evenings, and outdoor toilets/kitchens are not uncommon.
Now the food. Oh, the food. Penang is known as the "Pearl of the Orient" for a reason, largely because of the quality and diversity of the food. We ate things we ...
... Or perhaps, I should say, leap into the extraordinary. Exercising faith can mean taking small steps, but when I think about traveling across the world and leaving behind the familiar, I envision myself leaping.
While I know where I am going, Nepal, and broadly what I will be doing, volunteering in health care, there are still many unknowns. How will I fill 12 hours in the Delhi airport between connecting flights? Who will cut ...