Holiday Inn Express Barrie
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... above the driver and passenger. I didn't want something too long, because we would be towing the car, but we did want some space. We thought a decent sized wardrobe would be good and a sleeping area somewhat separate from the rest of the space.
Our first 'almost' was a Minnie Winnie, but there was something about it I just didn't like. It had tons of space, a bedroom in the back, big wardrobes, bunk ...
... of us and we were near asking for 'Depends' - gosh we laughed hard!
Mom had a great visit - we were there for a couple of hours but it was time to start heading north.
We only made it to Parry Sound that night which means we have to push hard the next two days. Kathy and Karen were so surprised at how much stuff we had to bring into the hotel just for Keko and Mom - not including everyone else! It was great having the help - thanks girls ...
... 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, ...
... which is expected when you are travelling and moving by yourself. But I will not let that take over, so I just stick to the excitement.
The time has come to really start packing and working out what clothes are going where and what shoes I really need to bring. It was difficult, but I started to separate Yes clothes from No clothes and Get Rid of clothes. So let the rumaging begin and lets get my bags packed.
Until next time ...