Holiday Inn Conference Ctr Edmonton South
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... with friends or family as you stick together - and there are actually quite a lot of people in this world who travel alone - I met multiple people along my journey who were travelling alone - including people volunteering, and people just plain vacationing alone - this is something you tend to not notice when travelling with other people. Another benefit of travelling alone is you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. It also has pushed my confidence ...
... accident I pretty much followed the WWI front line. Vimy was on me list to see and was so worth it and was natural to go to as it was along the front line I ended up following anyways.
At Vimy, as a canuck you can stick your chest out walking around there. The memorial is appropriate....big and tall and awesome...just like the actions taken to earn the recognition Canada as a nation earned in that battle. It something to see and ...
... I went on a long weekend trip to Drumheller with a childhood friend of mine Alan Firt. The highlight of that trip was sitting at a picnic table in my rain-suit, in the driving rain, drinking off sale draft beer out of a plastic jug. I do not remember where I slept on that trip, but I do know it created a lifelong dislike of rain-suits!
From that humble beginning sparked a life-long passion for long distance motorcycle trips of which I have ...
... with “UV” protection made by a Sharpie. But, generally i hate bartering and leave it to the much more aggressive and persuasive Kimbot.
Nature… To us nature has always been a huge part of our lives. From the first camping trip to the last one we will have before we die someday. Nature is an all consuming passion of ours. This trip has given us the opportunity to stay in so many places from big massive cities to rustic desert towns to river banks on the ...
... first time someone bumped into me in the street and he turned and said "Sorry, love." Or the kindness of the total stranger who told me I was beautiful and wished us lots of luck and love and babies when we left her and her husband at the pub on an icy Liverpool night in early January. Breaking down at the sight of the dome at St. Paul's and realizing that all my art history readings and study of that exact building had done nothing to prepare me for the feeling ...