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Travel Blogs from Yellowknife
It has been almost a week since we have come back from our trip to Yellowknife. We just spent a fantastic time-out in this isolated and beautiful little corner of Canada!
--> For aurora forecast, we were referring to below sites:
http://astronomynorth.com/aurora-foreca st/ (not 100% accurate, but u’ll get an idea)
Day 16 - Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk
Welcome to Inuvik, town of Smartie houses.
We went to the 'Cafe Gallery' in town, and had a surprising good coffee. People are always saying a coffee at Starbucks is $5. The coffee is actually $2, the specialty drinks more. Well here, the coffee was actually $5. We contacted Aklak Air looking …
This morning, we helped clean up Bruce's cabin a little bit, dried out our clothes and headed out on our way. We went for another hike at another waterfall, but I can't remember its name. We walked around exploring a little bit, and I fell asleep in the warm sunshine on a big rock. When I woke up, Keith was gone. I looked around briefly for him, …
... to clean than the fans.
You do get free WiFi if you stay here though. So no extra costs there. But it is not very fast. Pretty much just enough for checking emails and some light surfing.
Northern Frontier Visitor Centre
Following many reviewers' advice in TripAdvisor, I headed straight to Northern Frontier Visitor Centre once I was settled in the hotel. It was only about a 10 min walk from Yellowknife Inn, but I almost got ...
... br> We did all sorts of touristy things, as this was Craig's first time up here: toured the Leg, went to the Museum, went to the Wildcat Café, hiked around Frame Lake (during which time we picked up several cans)...and I drove him over to see Jennie's lawn/garden, which he said he thought would be much bigger after all of my talk of running what sounded like a small farm. Hmph.
Craig earned my ...