Sheraton Red Deer Hotel
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... due to the amount of traffic.We went down and then up the Luna Beach Resort hill together-a remarkable hill, as they say in Cuba, and then parted company.
A wise young travelling friend once said "the best way to learn your way around a city is to get hopelessly lost and then find your way out." I didn't get hopelessly lost but overshot a turn or two when I was with Sofia and am more oriented as a result of it!
So it's off to the beach. I read this line in ...
... with probably 10 leather couches. Eureka! Brushed our teeth, claimed a couch and spent a much more comfortable night than expected. Tiptoed out at 6:30 next morning, thanking the person who forgot to lock that door! Arrived at Roatan airport around 1 that afternoon and following a picture and a complete set of all 10 fingerprints, we were on our way to our house. Stopped at Eldon's for ...
... and it was so nice having Guido as my counterpart for the first week.
We had trips to Banff, and Drum Heller, and West Ed... Our familes were wonderful about spending time with us. I won't forget the first time Peruvians saw the snow.. Or how fast they decided to hate it. It's been cold here in Lacombe.. -20 most days.. But I guess thats how it is in not BC so... Hey Ottawa, please be warm for me.
I have so many memories it would take... Like, 5 months ...
... is certainly bittersweet as well, because sometimes I feel like I should be sadder when I say goodbye, but I suppose that its just a part of growing up. Saying goodbye to the group in December will probably be one of the hardest things I have done in my life so far, but I will be seeing everyone again. Daniela and I are planning on booking our tickets back to peru near hte beginning of November, so in December when the Peruvians go home, we will be able to ...
... br> My father spent a short time employed at Medalta as it was 'the' place of employment for young men without any training - I have a few pieces and in their gift shop sells reproductions - the museum is worth a visit!
Coffee every morning at 10 - at the Zucchini Blossom - a small quirky coffee shop in our old neighbourhood "Riverside' ..... lunch at Caprice in one of the few old brick buildings to be re- vitalized including the metal ceiling!