Executive Suites Hotel & Resort
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... with our plates and utensils, and dump the plates in a bin once we were done. Meals were definitely one of the times where we bonded with each other quite a bit. A lot of our inside jokes and most memorable moments happened at these meals.
For example, though this joke ran from way before this summit from last summer at MVST, the supposed relationship, and the drama surrounding it, between Alice and Lovdeep really bloomed during these meals. One moment, they're ...
... 137 metres long and swings 70 metres above the canyon floor. And I mean swing! It bounces, it wobbles, it sways in fact it is difficult to stay balanced without resorting to grabbing onto the rails. Mac of course prided himself on a "no hands" approach but I was strictly hand over hand in making my way across. Once across the bridge it was time to climb up into the canopy of this temperate rainforest and traverse the suspension bridges from treehouse ...
... 8216;Make thankfulness your sacrifice to God, and keep your vows you made to the Most High.’ So if you think of me and this community, keep us in your prayers. Pray that we may be malleable instruments in the hands of the Lord, possibly something like a spatula. I see God holding us, using us to scoop up the last bits of icing in a bowl. May we move only by his hand strokes, being lead to where he calls us.
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... be a problem, but they considered it so minor that it wasn't. Phew. Our luck was holding.
In three days, we cross the International Date Line, something we've not done before. Three days after that, we reach our first port, Petropavlovsk, Russia, a coastal Siberian town surrounded by mountains and volcanos. It is said to be beautiful but quite basic- not exactly #1 on tourist maps. And ship staff have been prepping us ...
The match up:
- Beautiful rocky mountains and glaciers, stunning lakes and forests, 850+ kilometres (8.5 hours of driving), 3 adults and minimal stops
· A 5 and 7 year old
Up at 7am, packed, breakfast complete, sat nav ready and drove out at 8.29am…good going team Berry-Millar. The children were prep'd; it will be long and boring, stay quiet and still. Perhaps ...