Comfort Inn Winnipeg South
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... there are many acres that appear to be regrowth, presumably after a fire. I also notice that a lot of the terrain is covered in moss, even if there is little, if any vegetation, moss is growing.
As we near the town of Ignace, Jim notices a road to some type of lookout and turns in. “Why are we doing this?” I ask. “I saw it on our way and thought we should stop, so we are doing it today,” he answers. The road is a lot ...
... can take the order but that I could also purchase them online so I explain that the website has not been working since last night.
We proceed to getting the order processed and I provide all my contact information. When I give my Edmonton address he tells me that he lived in Calgary and Edson but made the move back to Manitoba just recently. This opens up some more conversation as we wait for the order to process. When the order is ...
I'm getting really sick of google ******* us over when it comes to campground locations, or even campgrounds existing. Would you believe that 2 campgrounds in a row that we tried in Winnipeg weren't there. The first we found out later was the opposite way off the highway to what google maps told us, and the second just blatantly didn't exist. Sort your **** out google!!! And not only did we have issues with the campgrounds, but to make it ...
... many wonderful memories of New Zealand.
The highlight for me was the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. The views were completely surreal, and now I can say that I climbed a mountain! Kayaking Milford Sound, caving in Waitomo, learning about Maori culture in Rotorua, and catamaran-ing/hiking in Abel Tasman are also my top New Zealand experiences.
This trip was not only full of adventures, but also relaxing, as New Zealand ...
... in Burkina. Lots of dancing and hip swinging!
This morning we had to get up and out the door by 7:30am to catch the bus to go downtown to a Christian Learning centre for an all day class with a prof from the University of Winnipeg. We learned about West Africa politics and history. It was super cool! Burkina is the world's third poorest country and very little of the population is literate. The country is predominately Muslim, 56%, followed by an equal number of ...