Comfort Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Now that we have traveled back in time (we left Auckland on Nov 30 at 20:00, and arrived in Winnipeg on Nov 30 at 19:15), recovered from traveling back in time, acclimatized to Winnipeg weather, and returned to work (in Josh's case), we decided it was time to reflect on our 'great adventure'.
First of all, thank you to everyone who followed our blog! I knew that our parents, siblings, some friends, and Grandma Samm would ...
... couple of paddocks full of bison.
It is not a smooth ride on the train. You get quite knocked around walking from carriage to carriage. It is too rough to type now so will put it away. It usually means the train is going fast to catch up time lost. The third night when we went from Edmonton was crazy. The engineer must have wanted to catch up on heaps of time as we rocked and rolled quite fiercely and I was quite pleased that I was in a bed. The last night he ...
... 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, ...
... fav are Eric & May - seemly grotty yachties from MacKay - but when you get to know then they are really quite well off; then next is Jimmy and Ngarie from Boronia in Melb - more your working class couple and very down to earth - after Ngarie nursed her elderly Mum she willed them this trip; there is Colin and Fiona from the northern suburbs of Sydney - he is a builder and she is a primary teacher - they are quite dull and boring - I don't ...
... it. A morning close to our trip my husband kindly says to me....in a matter of fact way that he has..."get done what is important to get done and what you have the control to get done, and forget about the rest". I waited a few minutes and as I was getting out of the car I told him "you're right, I'll focus on just that". We pulled it off, between R, me and M, we got ourselves together and we got on that plane! An all night-er was pulled and ...