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... diver certification, the Philippines seemed like a natural fit as it is has some of the best dives sites in the world, or so I've read! The proof will be in the pudding!
I must say, I wasn't sure if I was going to blog about this trip but I have been asked by several people so in an effort to not let my fans down, the blog will go on! Hopefully I can tear myself away from the beach long enough to make a few updates along the way!
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... out how to best clear the windshield without the functioning air flow system. Windows up, windows down, windows up, wipers on, water spray, wipers off, wipers on, scrub inside of windshield with towel, scrap ice off inside of windshield. Yep it was cold inside and out! Literally scrapping ice off the inside with our credit cards. Everyone was also trying to sleep in the van, but the cold and no heaters wasn't helping anyone. Eventually a ...
... 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 ...
That then allowed us to sit on the airplane, where I encouraged the kids to drink LOTS of water as I’d heard that helped with jet lag. Such a proactive mama, I was patting myself on the back figuring, by my count, that this was the 47th pair of high heels that I deserved on this trip for “good and proactive decision making”.
30 minutes after the gate had closed and we were comfortably seated in our ...