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... many wonderful memories of New Zealand.
The highlight for me was the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. The views were completely surreal, and now I can say that I climbed a mountain! Kayaking Milford Sound, caving in Waitomo, learning about Maori culture in Rotorua, and catamaran-ing/hiking in Abel Tasman are also my top New Zealand experiences.
This trip was not only full of adventures, but also relaxing, as New Zealand ...
... We started with 27 carriages and ended up with 33 as an extra dome carriage was added in Edmonton for the ride through the Rockies. At Jasper a heap of people got on so extra carriages were added then. It was a great trip and I was so lucky to have done it.
I must apologise for the quality of the photos. When we started the journey the train windows were clean but it was raining. When it stopped raining the bugs covered the windows so the photos are full of spots and ...
... us campers. Then we rushed off to Mass and even though we got lost, we still made it and it was actually a really good Mass. The priest had a motivating homily. After Mass we wanted to explore some, but we explored too much and got lost haha. We eventually found our way back to the hotel where we just relaxed, some went to the pool, some watched Star Wars in French. Then we went to sleep and enjoyed the real beds ...
... As Kate mentioned in her blog we enjoyed the Winnipeg architecture very much, especially in the old Grain Exchange District, where a lot of the original buildings still stand, signs and all, even if they don't serve their original purpose. Downtown, some of the most impressive buildings are banks, built when Winnipeg was booming towards the end of the nineteenth century and everyone had money to store. One such bank has now been appropriated as part of a college ...
I have updated the entire blog and added some pictures. Please feel free to go through the entries one more time to see it all.
If you have been following this blog, you will know that our trip home from Maui was quite challenging. Our plane leaving Maui was cancelled and the United Airlines agent who rebooked us, did so with an impossible itinerary. When we arrived in Los Angeles we had only 40 minutes to deplane, exit ...