Clarion By Choice Hotel And Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to rejuvenate and, ultimately, go back to work and university in the same year, but also, in keeping this blog, I rediscovered my writer's voice that would become so necessary to succeeding at my posts and papers.
So here we are, back at the beginning of our trip, in beautiful British Columbia, sharing the photos and experiences from the first part of our amazing adventure.
... difficult. The most challenging thing has to be the 4 lane roundabouts. I have not seen these anywhere else. Basically you have to enter the roundabout in the correct lane, depending on where you plan to exit. And you have to do it all in reverse and at high speed. Everyone else knows exactly how this works and expects everyone else to know. Learning this skill on the fly while jet lagged and learning to shift with the wrong hand is not ...
... things to do. Argentina was a good time with excellent wine and meat. Peru was good and being so big there is many things to cover.
Didn't see much of Chile or Uruguay.
Above all the people I have met along the way make for the best memories. You
may remember that Aussie couple I traveled across the Caribbean with that were riding a tandem bike from Canada to Chile? Well they made it (they actually beat me to Santiago, Chile. hah!). Then they decided to ...
... that instead of moving sidewalks, they have a train that takes you around the airport. Not like a tram between terminals, but a literal train in the middle of the airport. They call it the "plane train". Well played Atlanta. Half a year on the road is a long time, and I haven't exactly travelled extensively. Africa for all it's amazing qualities can be downright dangerous and hard to travel in. Do I know what I'm ...
... in a small village with questionable facilities, as most sushi were not very fresh and some outright smelly. There was also a tourist information centre, but it was closed for the long weekend.
- Erskine, another tiny hamlet where we didn't even stop, just drove around couple of streets.
- Delburne, a village of 830. It also didn't seem worth stopping.
- Trochu, a town of 1072. We saw an oil pump there, an interesting ...