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... better than any expectations I had and were truly life changing. I visited so many amazing places which were sometimes remarkably similar to home, and sometimes incredibly different, and which taught me that there is still so much out there to see and to explore. I have made friends for life and spent time with fantastic people who I hope to see again one day, sooner rather than later, and who know that they will always have a friend and a bed in Holland. I have enlarged my list ...
... world. The winds picked up with a strong headwind all the way home coupled with cold temperatures and drifting snow........welcome to Canada !!! Another huge difference was the price of fuel. Typically we paid around $80US to fill up, on the Canadian side we were paying close to $110 Can. The trip from Great Falls home, coupled with the wind consumed $350 of diesel. We had planned for and hoped that we could avoid the perils of winter but apparently ...
... inhabitants , and with the oil discovery, the begun to grow fast to one million inhabitants today. The population is constantly growing, mainly due to the large immigration from Asia.
Edmonton is experiencing for several years, possibly a decade an anormous economic boom, which as a magnet attracts new and new immigrants from all over the world. In search for better life, even the people from tropical countries, where snow has never been seen, come and do not mind the ...
We couldn't sleep before our flights so we're off to check out some super fun presents and print our thank you cards. Hope Tim's has a good breakfast menu today since we are too early for the hotel kitchen. Completely surprised by the amount of love from our friends and family. Thank you cards to come slowly from Italy. Long day of hurry up and waits ahead. Pictures to follow in subsequent ...
... so many others have in the past. It’s a nice gesture, in my opinion. It takes just about an hour but we are packed. It leaves us time to relax and not feel rushed to get to Toronto to catch our flight home.
We come downstairs and Aunt Liz has prepared us a breakfast of bacon, eggs and toast; naturally there is a big pot of coffee too. We visit over breakfast, and recall our trip and all the things we accomplished, along with ...
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