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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Our flight delay caused us to miss our connecting flight to London so we are stuck in Canada for the night. They have us booked on flights tomorrow arriving in Copenhagen on Thursday, putting us a day behind schedule. :( Got to our hotel, Coast Plaza Hotel, after an interesting ride in a taxi cab. He warned us not to go to the casinos so we listened to him. We checked into the hotel and they gave us a $75 voucher for meals. We got to ...
... departure on the grand adventure. Silly me, I had imagined that the first big challenge was driving a right hand drive car for the very first time upon arrival in Johannesberg. Little did I know that the luggage demons were near at hand. From an early naive belief that we would be travelling for three and a half months with nothing more than a large carry on each and a day pack (or in my case camera gear) to ...
... two hours to get through and my first foreshadowing of India crowds. Flew Lufthansa, it was one of those double decker planes and was really great! Great attendants, pristine plane really. The Indian man beside me was reading "The Dubliners" probably sounds dim of me to say that, but was delightful all the same. I saw day, then night, then day, then night all within 18 hours. I land in Delhi to my waiting taxi orrrrrr maybe ...
... Calgary. There was so much work and everyone was looking for someone with my skill set. I had back-to-back-to-back interviews set up. I decided to check them out, follow the process. I figured I would meet a company and hear about a role and I would just feel good about it. Every recruiter and company wanted to hear about my trip. I didn't miss a beat. In some ways I became more marketable. I showed courage and companies could understand I was a woman that would look for ...
... for a new career.
Everything good in life eventually comes to an end, whether you want it to or not, and usually, you harbour regrets for not making the most of the opportunities or the time that you had. Dwelling on such things is rarely constructive or healthy, so it's important to keep looking to the future, no matter what you may have lost. But that's not to say that we shouldn't remember and honour the past, lest we all forget ...