Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Regina
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... have given us. Maybe more.
Reflecting back, here is our list of highlights from Dreamchasers 2015: Seeking Sunsets, Manta Rays, and Mantras.
1. Travelling with our son. It was very special to have this time together with our son Tanner and his partner Annie, who joined us for four weeks in Lombok and Bali Indonesia. It was a nice role reversal to have our son teach us a thing or two - like how to surf, ...
I got up at 3:30 am to catch my 5:30 am flight. My gal pals were headed off to vacation for a week with Annie Guest at her place in Arizona & web had the chance to wish each other safe travels as we headed off to our destinations. I met up with Barb, Mike, His sister Janet & her husband Bill in Calgary. We all traveled down to Mazatlan together on the same West Jet flight. We arrived safe & sound with no incidents & found a taxi van to transport us & our luggage ...
... wanted it so bad, but the opportunity never happened. So now with my husband and 2 kids we may be making this happen. We are renting a car at Liberia, Costa Rica so we can experience what it would be like to live in this country. We are staying in different towns at hotels & renting a house along the northern coast. First stop is ...
... in a bar with beer and likeminded people. Beer, wings and a pickled egg did not help as the Roughriders were soundly beaten by Montreal. Never mind.
We had made contact with Jim and Vicki from Saskatoon, who were on our Russian Cruise last year. Jim insisted we stay with them for the night so he and Vicki could show us around. Wow. What a fantastic 2 days we had with them.
Saskatoon is about 280kms north of Regina. ...
... Dakota, and Montana to get to here. I would like to have taken more pictures because the differences were noticeable and from 20-30 miles apart, the world changes. Some were flat, some had unique rock formations, wind and water cut interesting perspectives. Now that I've seen a half dozen buttes, I can tell the difference between one and a mesa. Just kidding, but to see one of those formation sticking out ...