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To this end, I put on my rain suit right off the top, I am about 4 hours from Edmonton and 4 hours of Texas wet is one thing, 4 hours of 14 degree Celcius Alberta wet is another.
I stop for gas next door and head off northbound on Highway 2. Immediately what I had hitherto described as a squall became a driving rain storm, the rain was being whipped against me from a 70 kph headwind blowing straight down the ...
... Hotel until 8:00 that night as the city didn't seem to plan traffic control very well. We went thru the traditional areas by the Dubai Creek, had a good lunch in this Wali area, which was very Egyptian, down past the downtown core with the Burj Khalifa, tallest building in the world on to the beach & Marina area near Jumeiaha St, which is one of the more sought out neighbourhoods. (Apparently around 67,000 Durhams to rent a one-bedroom apartment for a year's lease. The area ...
... I had to keep on moving. Krabi wasn't an Island like Phi Phi but still it had what we needed to be happy-the beach and the bars! I had a good sleep in on the second day we arrived and walked around the little town with people hailing me as Obama and offering me massages. By the time I was in Krabi, I knew my holiday was wrapping up because once we left Krabi, we were going straight back to Phuket international airport. I tried to make the most of my time ...
Sunday here in Edmonton was the big day for the World Triathlon Series Grand Final. The Championship was up for grabs and the top four spots were not guaranteed - at all. Graeme and I were up early making our sign to take down to Hawrelak Park (thank goodness the tubes of paint didn't explode in my bag!) and we hoped to meet up with Anneke somewhere around the course. As usual, the transport was easy peasy lemon squeasy and we hopped on the train and then one of the event buses ...
... my father had so loved. Dad was a bush pilot in the Arctic in the 1950s-early '60s, and I remember his saying they were the best flying years of his life. Many of the place names on the maps and charts sound familiar to me, having heard them at home – Frobisher Bay, Inuvik, Resolute, Fort Chimo, Tuktoyaktuk, Norman Wells, Coppermine. I thought a lot about my dad ...