Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Clarington - Bowmanville
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... beating their drums and blowing their whistles. Just like Aunty Niņa I guess she can sleep through anything.
We decide to grab dinner before we all head home so we leave Kensington and head around the corner for Jason's local pizza joint. Our slices are giant sized so much that Sharon and Manish take some of theirs to go. We chill in the shade and enjoy catching up. As the sun sets we part ways and head home.
Uncle Jaime entices me to watch Amazing ...
... went to bed around 10.00 which is 4:00 a.m. our time. Yikes!!! Day 3 - July 12, 2014 Pid and I woke up early - 5:45 a.m. which is 11:45 our time. My body just wouldn't sleep anymore. Pid and I watched the sunrise together. It was just spectacular. Now that I see the house in the morning I love it even more. It's just spectacular. Pure Hawaii!!! It's Lost day today - we are so very excited! Just need my back to feel better - sitting on a plane for 10 hours wasn't good. Oh ...
For those who know me well, you know I would have been packed three weeks ago. All my gear was laid out and it would fit perfectly in my large rolling duffle. I was going to just put it all in on Saturday and be ready to go. Our trip leader advised us yesterday that we needed to pack much lighter now because, unlike 2010 where we stored our gear at the Centre. St. Paul guesthouse ($5 per night and we got ...
... to be
- take the travel trailer to Texas for storage
- get International Driver's License (from CAA)
- figure out how we are going to pack (that's another whole ball of stress because some of the flights only allow one 20 kg bag)
We have Homeaway rentals / hostels arranged up until January 13, 2014 but we still have flights to book for part of the ...
... peak at the audience around his cage whilst one of the others was playing with a bucket on his head.
As we moved onto the African section of the zoo we struggled to spot the elephants who were being prepared to move zoos; saw some sunbathing hippos; and were disappointed to see only 2 zebras rather than a whole herd. There were no meerkats (who are always entertaining!) and no normal lions but they did have some new white lions. All of the animals were resting and ...