Econo Lodge South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... keen to get stuck into it. Stepping straight out of the airport I knew I was going to struggle. It's the language. It felt like when I was back at the start of Colombia.. I couldn't understand anything and could barley put a sentence together. Not a good feeling. I didn't realise how good my Spanish had gotten until now. I mean I'm not fluent but I didn't have a problem getting information and basic conversations. At least Portuguese has many similar verbs and words ...
... and just wandered! It's a lovely city, however not all that much to do for tourists, more of a town to head out to things rather than stay for a long time. The is the Calgary tower, similar to the CN tower, however having done the biggest one in Toronto we just stood at the bottom of it today! But there we discovered the tourist information and picked up a map (which made me happy!!) and lots of info abt the ...
... didn't ask to be born into a family that can only dream of learning to read, write, and die old; nor could the son of a king have chosen to be born into the most privileged (read: cursed?) family in the world. Even The Lion King is all about finding identity amidst the harshest adversity. As I conclude this the final entry in Jared and Janine's Journeys, I hope you, the reader have gained some insight through our travels ...
A more adventurous, and slightly more exotic version of Hawaii - after two weeks of traipsing around Costa Rica, I can't think of a more apt descriptor of this country. It's perhaps a bit of a backhanded compliment, but one that isn't intentional - really, it's the truth, since the two places share so many similarities. Beaches, coffee plantations, tropical rainforests, volcanoes ... both are tropical paradises, with all that brings ...
... that I was sunning myself whilst they were freezing their bits off!
After all the fun and games in the water we headed back down and this time on the easy track which was definitely ALOT easier and a nice little stroll back to the bottom. We drove into Canmore town to grab some lunch and some tasty fudge. The town was so quaint and your typical mountain town. All the shops, bars and restaurants looked like little wooden shacks all individually designed ...