Cambridge Hotel and Conference Centre
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I had a wonderful time at the hotel. The accommodations were great.
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... Beau for the first time and for Alice to meet all of the Canadian Cousins and share a meal with them. Although having had 37 minutes of "sleep" the night before I was a little spaced out - I wish I had been on better form to have more opportunity to catch up with everyone... it was reasonably early to be ready to get back on the 401 the next morning on the way to Ottawa!
... into the shrubs so I can get a nice shot. “How far do you want me to go? There’s water in there.” That is my husband. “Keep going, “ I respond. “If the water isn’t above your eyes you haven’t gone far enough!” the three of us erupt into gales of laughter. A few more minutes walking around and several more photos and we are off to find another something-something to do with the now two and a half ...
... nil more than putting the passport in, my particulars [including Aeroplan] coming up, earning me a flimsy boarding pass. Baggage check-in followed. A short walk to customs, sourced out gate D29 and was seated by 0820, a scant half hour after leaving for the airport.
My gate does not open until 0930. Can't find any free wifi [grr #1] and the ugliest hag, likely Miss Vienna 1930, was seated opposite me [grr #2].
Headed to ...
... on Safari. Imagine having a picnic lunch in Arusha National Park or spending the night in a private camp in a village with the Massai. Imagine the elephants in Tarangire National Park or the over 30,000 large animals of the Ngorongoro Crater. Picnic lunches by the hippo pool and finally the Serengeti National Park. When I asked one of the girls if she was excited today she said that she was so ...
... reveal the bike in all its muted glory. The storage oil must be drained and refilled to the correct level before I can hook up the battery that has sat silently charging (hopefully) since my last time home. Although I could never be described as a religious man, it is at this point that I say a silent prayer to whichever influential deity might be listening. The ignition key starts the fuel pump whirring and I wait for a few seconds after it has fully primed, mentally ...