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You've got to love the time changes. With the hour change, Josephine was up at 5am - nice and early! Andrew took the opportunity to cruise the town in search of coffee. Its amazing that many people aren't really up at that hour.
The early wake up did give us a chance to get up and out of our hotel by 8am. The further we headed west, the …
Life is all about surprise and change - its what keeps us guessing what is around the next corner. For us, we have had the most amazing trip. We are so sad to be at the end of it. Eventually money runs out and so does your holiday, but for us it was cut about a month and a half short, and we are still licking our wounds. Figuratively speaking of course, however Matt is still doing his daily wound dressing changes. We are currently in Vancouver, where our flight home will leave from. ...
... really compare snow capped mountains to the white sand beaches of Asia, or even the fish filled reefs, the mountains simply underline how varied the sights of this trip have been. Tomorrow we fly to Fort Frances, to the town where Norma grew up. There we will be spending a few weeks with Norma’s dad while visiting other friends and family. There I have been promised family BBQ’s, blueberry pancakes, fireworks, swims in the river and a tour of Norma’s childhood paper ...
... it up with uncooked meats, chicken, vegetables and noodles. You the go to an area where there are about 7 or 8 varieties of marinades . On the wall there is a guide to assist with quantities and combinations to produce different flavourings. Once you have done all this and your bowl is full, you pass this onto a cook who on a large flat hotplate stir fry’s it for you, and voila! your meal is ready.
The next morning we ordered a taxi which took us to the cruise ship for ...
... was. I've figured out that: Skim is the lowest fat version = roughly 0.1% fat Then you have partly skimmed = can be either 1% or 2% Full cream = 3.25% fat Half & half = half milk & half cream Cream = used in coffee, it's usually a cream a bit thicker than milk but thinner than our 'thickened' cream back home... But just to confuse things some people call milk 'cream' when making coffee.... Keeping up? :) Sorry for the overload of Toby pics, like I said we're a bit obsessed :) Till next time, Loz ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking