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Well, since we have been back we have had a lot of people asking us about the trip and we love sharing what we have learned with everyone. But one question has come up again and again, and it is a difficult one to answer, so I will try my best to answer it here.
We have been asked “what is your favourite country / place you visited?” This is a tough question as we truly did like, even love every country ...
... ungodly early flight and fight through airport traffic and muddle through ordering food in a foreign language, but I fall apart when I miss a bus. These are good things to know about oneself.
I guess when you spend such a long time in a place that isn't your home, you start to develop strong associations because you're desperately trying to make the unfamiliar familiar again. The night birds that sang in the trees across the street from our flat in ...
... and thanks to a scouting report from a Facebook post yesterday from one of my Geocaching buddies "mbooda" back home in Mississippi, I made some time for a drive through Elk Island National Park (and what a concept...a National Park open for business!). As you can see from today's photos, besides having the place pretty much all to myself (I saw exactly two other vehicles during my ...
We chose a restaurant called Corso 32 because we read that the local newspaper had named it the best in Edmonton 2 years in a row. We were definitely not disappointed. The décor was very trendy industrial and the atmosphere was casual. It wasn't a very big restaurant - maybe it could seat 30 at most.
We start with three appetizers ...
... not in a hurry to come back to Edmonton. I heard no far too much. I know it is a generalization, but it appears that there is a large portion of the Edmonton population is just not flexible!
I always used to joke that the Germans were the inflexible ones, the Canadians might have them beat. When making fun of the German inclination to be rigid, I used to say "Alles Mussen Ordnung Haben". This means Everything must always be in order. This sums up many of the Canadians I met on my ...
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