Comfort Inn Airport
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... countries I have ever traveled to. The water is not only safe to drink, but if you are close to mountains it's also delicious! Kiwis are some of the most polite and friendly people in the world. If we got lost, someone would always approach us to help give us directions. Talking to strangers was encouraged - which is wonderful for me, I always like chatting with people. Kiwis loved to hear about where we were from (colder than Mars? ...
... of town to see his collection of fossils these were outside, he was very proud of them but we were more interested in the fact one side of his house had electrified wires running up the wall, to keep the polar bears away he said. Why they were attracted to that side of the house he did not explain.
Next was the Polar bear holding shed, here Polar bears that come into town are put, initially they were in wire cages so not only could they see each ...
... into Hudson Bay! [Water!] We also learned that the two rivers are at typical spring flood level today, about 6 feet above normal [more Water!].
After the boat tour, we watched the Canadian geese with their goslings near the boat dock [Water!]; then went into the Forks Market nearby. There are lots of little shops in the old building: glass blowers, rock shops, t-shirts (of course), statues, nicknacks, ...
... continue to drive along famed route 66 to Sedona. Once there we'll check into a creepy backwoods butterfly cabin Sarah has mysteriously booked for us.
Side note: Sarah has an extreme, life-long fear of winged insects, specifically moths. Her fear is that they'll spontaneously fly into her mouth . I imagine it will be a quiet night with Sarah pacing or rocking back and forth in the corner. I hope to see lots of butterflies and gently coax them towards her mouth when ...
... of beef short rib with carrots of three different colours, asparagus and mashed potatoes that were divine (I had to take a picture of that, check it out, and prepare to drool!) Rachelle and I didn't think we could eat any more after this, the waiter had already brought out an "amuse-bouche" before the rest of our meal began arriving, with toasted bread, pate, and placed a huge bread basket on the table with enough food to feed a party three times the size, but ...