Clarion By Choice Hotel And Conference Centre
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Today started very early. We met and shared breakfast at around 6:30 under the light of head lamps and flashlights as our power was out. All was well though and we sluggishly got into Dominic's van for a 2 hour trek back towards the Equator (close to Masaka) to meet with VisionFund (which is connected to World Vision). The drive was uneventful and we were grateful for the lack of traffic and pot holes which contributed to better sleeping ...
... that the Daddy would soon be back, with or without the chair, but at the very least to collect his back-pack. After an interminable wait they heard the door open and peeking out saw the Daddy returning with both the chair and his work bag. The Daddy did a last quick check of the room and then headed out the door with his back-pack on his shoulders.
"Yay! We're off" said AJ and DJ together.
The Daddy headed to the elevator, pressed the button to call it ...
I know that some people may not be reading this as my idiot brother told everyone that the blog that he did was the last blog, well (as usual) he was wrong. This is the last blog. So we woke up early (well, 10:00 is early to me) to have breakfast and finish some last minute packing.
We then checked out from our AMAZING hotel/resort Douglas Firs. We were all sad to leave. Shortly following this we drove to Calgary and headed to the site that the 1988 Winter Olympics ...
... penguins and Rockhopper penguins. They had plenty space and we stood watching them dive in, swim through and come flying out at the other side!! It was so funny! The more we watched, the more we laughed!
Our next stop was Prehistoric Park. It was a lovely walk through trees and by a stream, with huge dinosaurs throughout. It wasn't my cup of tea to be honest but Phil enjoyed it and it was a pretty walk! Canadian Wilds was the next part, and there we ...
... which has always been good to me and provided me many opportunities for mini Summers of George, over the past eight years. It's really all about flipping off The Client!
George's situation was quite different from this one - he was let go and given a fat severance cheque, which provided the financial impetus for his summer of freedom. My situation? Being my choice to quit, no more work also means no more pay, making for a ...