Holiday Inn Barrie
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The routing for this portion of the trip has been to avoid traveling through Toronto on a Friday . . . we have succeeded there, but we are spending a lot of time on 2-lane roads!! But, we have seen some interesting things!
As we left the hotel in Perth this morning, it was 53 degrees!! That would make it the coolest morning of the trip!! Prior to hitting the road about 10:00 am, we partook of the breakfast provided with the room. ...
... br> - Arrive at B&E’s around 3:30pm and it is 30 degrees but with a Humidex Warning (Now we know what this means) of 40.. U sweat just standing still!
- They have a very nice 1+ acre place backing onto a park like back yard complete with a creek.
- We have copious amounts of wine as Estelle makes a wonderful dinner! Yak till we are ...
... that this was also famous for something else......even beyond the "Can Can"! A Taxi back was hailed and although we thought we could walk part of the way, we were tired and hot as the day had progressively got hotter and hotter. ( no complaints about this). Back at the hotel Nancy let us know that the Louvre was closed as it was Tuesday and somehow we had neglected this on reading the opening days. She indulged in a little retail therapy on her walk back home. Last ...
... of before, and enjoyed it all. Eating from the street hawkers is a normal, everyday activity for people in Malaysia; a practice that would never pass Canadian food inspection laws. And yet, we never once became ill from eating food from hawkers, or a road side restaurant. Go figure.
Malaysia provides a true mix of cultures (Malay, Chinese, Indian, etc.), religions (Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist), nature (rain forests, beaches, ...
... will remind myself that the net is there for me. I consider blogging to be more than simply recording events and facts; its communicating, writing not just for but to someone. In this case the someone is all of you, my family and friends at home, and anyone else who cares to come along on the journey.
Thank you for being a thread in my net, a part of "Team Nepal".