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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... solution. Be created of solid rubber with textured exterior within the likeness from the rhinoceros skin. The one downside could it be has no button protection, but an additional security could possibly be obtained. - casemate's iphone four cases. That is certainly a "thin being an eggshell" casing. Besides halting your fingers from ever touching the antenna, there's no added protection it might offer you ...
... salmon for dinner. Quite delicious!
Sunday I was able to meet up with Pete and his lovely bride to be Beth. I first saw Pete the day he was born just a day before we left Malaysia when I was ten years old! We've worn well! Sandra did her amazing act in the kitchen and we dined royally on curry and some amazingly calorific pudding. Thankfully the scales were beyond my technicological competence so ...
Train Journey 20th August:
After arriving at Toronto about 1500 we collected our baggage and asked directions to the station and off we trotted, the bloke had told us we could even take our baggage trolleys onto the train with us. after a couple of elevators and travelators we finally found the station, only to find out the train just went a circuit around the Airport !!! So back to plan B...a couple of elevators and a travelator we found ourselves outside waiting for ...
... plants for food and medicine - just amazing. We then went on to Fairbanks, the second biggest town in Alaska. En route we had morning tea at Chicken with a population of 3 in winter and 15 in summer! Lunch at Fast Eddy's in Tok; afternoon tea at Rika's Roadhouse; and we fitted in dinner as well at Soapy Smith's, named after an infamous gold seekers. The owner shared his gold mining family's ancestry (not Soapy's) with us and he was so proud. Fairbanks has ...
... days spread across 6 continents, 27 countries and 184 blog entries, the Pete & Indila Road Show has come to an end!
It may seem sad, but we're actually happy and ready to get back to normal life for a while. Covering as much ground as we did in 15 months is exhausting (not that I'm complaining) and it's time to take a break. Having seen some of the most amazing places in the world we've also become desensitized to new destinations ...