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... was making friends at every stage we went to. We were impressed by how outgoing he was at the festival and how people almost seemed drawn to him, everyone didn't mind talking with him or playing the games he got them to play. One couple used their iPhone to time Robbie as he balanced ear phones, a hat and his shoe on his head. Another group of girls played toss Josephine's sock into Robbie's ball cap ...
... a trip to the war museum..right Tracy). After dragging Tracy all around town we said our goodbyes and headed back to our campground. It was quiet as most people around us were at the folk festival that night to see Kanaan.
We went to bed dreaming of music as we were all excited for the folk festival the next day!
p.s. I think the Manitoba license plates say "manitoba the friendly province" - or something like that.
... pond. We woke to
turtles sunning themselves around the same pond. We’ve noticed that each morning and night, a different kind of bird or animal greets us.
Often, it is robins, but it has also been loons, rabbits, snowshoe
hares, chipmunks, squirrels, bullfrogs, crows and turtles. Funny, the moment we pulled into our campsite
here at Riding Mountain National Park near Dauphin, Manitoba, we were greeted
by some kind of gopher.
Today we are off on an early start to see the Floating Markets. We signed up for a tour to take us there for half a day. The tour was pretty much much a ride to and from the markets. But seeing as the markets were well over an hour drive, it was worth it. The tour cost was around 10 dollars. The floating markets were visually stunning. It was very touristy, but I have come to accept the fact that I am one, and there should be no shame in acting like one! First thing we did was ...
We had breakfast at our hotel which we soon found out later was a huge rip off, but we didn't feel like seeking out a food source in our jet lagged stupor at that time. We then walked around the streets by our hotel and saw that there were many food stalls for dirt cheap which we will come back to another day. Caught a can to take us to Kao San Road, which is the Las Vegas of Asia! You can get everything here! It ...