Holiday Inn Express Suites Airdrie
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... a great Butter Chicken Curry if we wanted him to do that for a Birthday treat instead! It sounded a great idea, so Ryan and Phil nipped to Safeway and then he made the curry. He lived in India for a year when Jasmyn was younger so the curry, as you can imagine, was delicious!! A lovely way to end my birthday!
It was quite late after we had eaten so we just chatted and relaxed and then off to bed we went, excited not to set our alarm for the morning!!
... while we were out and strewn things out of the rubbish bin all around the unit. Woops. Perhaps we should have stuck her back in her cage when we went out, but we weren't given any instructions about it. Oh well. I'm sure that it isn't the first time.
Dragged our cases across town to the bus centre and waited for the Brewster bus bound for Calgary to arrive. Said goodbye to Banff, and watched the Rockies recede into the rear view mirror as we headed down the highway.
... by how well everyone not only knew each others names, but knew what they did, what talents and strengths they had and where they had needs. No one was afraid to ask for help and share their burdens but instead people looked for ways to give back to the community and take care of those that had the least. This demonstrated in our conversations with university students from La Vega who had dreams for a future of ...
... pray. And that's why when Ethan gave me a hug at the airport I treasured every moment of it, and will hold it in my heart until the next time I am able to get one from him. As soon as all of the farewells were finished, my family walked me to the security checkpoint and finally sent me on my way. Luckily there were no problems with security, and no problems with boarding the plane. I ended up sitting beside a very nice woman who turned out to be ...
... is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.” – Pat Conroy
“Travel is glamorous only in retrospect.” – Paul Theroux
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. ...