Clarion By Choice Hotel And Conference Centre
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... tried to SHOVE all she could into the bag, even saying, "oh man, we've got to get your Aveda Body wash in there, you'll never find that in India!" In the end I had to leave behind my shampoos and one of my hand washes, no biggie as I bought 5 minutes later on the other side. On the plane I didn't get a wink of sleep although the two beside me slept the entire way...yes I had the dreaded middle seat on the dreaded Air ...
... is that the Canadians only take the minimum allowed plasma. Here it is 500ml. I believe it is similar in Australia, however once you become regular and frequent plasma donor, who has not suffered any adverse reactions they will increase the amount of plasma they collect - still within a safe limit based on the donors height and weight. So in Australia I was donating 838ml, and that was the maximum my little body would safely allow. I have seen other taller, ...
Now that we are home and have cleaned the inside and outside of the RV, the car is clean, the canoe and bicycle are clean and put away, it's time to reflect on some of the things I may have forgotten to include in the daily blog.... Things like... When we picked up the RV in Williston after almost two weeks, we found the watermelon we had purchased in Havre and put under the seat in the dining area. How is that possible. We had heard that it was ...
... in the middle of the Bow River, and its where we found the Powwow - a native Indian dancing ceremony. Unusual, but fun. We carried on walking around there, through the crowds of everyone wearing red and white and waving Canada flags. Passing a few little stalls, we headed into Downtown to see all the other goings on. It felt quite like a music festival, with food stalls all over the place, and a few stages set up in different areas. Stephen ...
... actually putting them into action are two completely different worlds. I was able to hear stories, see the hearts of the people in the community, share smiles and hugs, encourage, motivate, ignite internal questions, and create friends through asset mapping and appreciative inquiry. My theories of community development have begun to grow into my beliefs as I can testify to the power of these practices.
In addition to getting to know the people, it was such ...