Howard Johnson Hotel
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... there was a heavy rainfall warning for the area south of Calgary as well.
Once time I was trying to pass a semi that was creating very dirty air for me (buffeting). He was doing maybe 120 kph, and maintaining my speed was becoming increasingly difficult as my gloves became wet and my hands became cold. I couldn't grip the throttle hard enough to keep it twisted.
I pulled alongside the truck as we came around a corner, the wind was blowing ...
... staying in was around 12,000/year. We were to find this info out for Seany as he mentioned it might be cool to live over there for a year & make a good tax-free engineering salary!) Another new urban area with full Marina/water canels existed with this area having tons & tons of very tall skyscrapers. One had had a fire the week before which we had heard on the news & you could see about 10-15 floors burnt about 50 floors up. We were caught in traffic jam ...
... by shopping and making sure I am packed and ready to return back. My three good friends who I left in Phi Phi island decided to surprise me this time and come to Krabi. We had a good time once again by playing beach Volley ball and soaking in some sun. On the final night, we went to the bar one last time and danced the night away.I had mixed emotions because I knew by tomorrow we all will go our separate ways. The morning came and saying good bye was ...
... While the crowds had been big yesterday for Anneke's Elite Women's race, they were massive today. Walking down to the lake edge, I spotted Mario Mola heading for the holding pen, and said to Graeme "I bet Javi will be there shortly." Sure enough, we spotted him with Javi #3, about to join the other athletes. We quickly unfurled our sign and gave him a shout and he came over and gave us a hug each - we wished him good luck, with Graeme adding a few more choice words ...
... trip. He would be thrilled that I was seeing this part of our country.
Even before departure, we began to learn about the vagaries of travel in the Arctic. Fog often prevents flying, and ice conditions, which change daily, may make it impossible for ships to moor where planned. Tour participants had converged on Edmonton, staying overnight at a downtown hotel ...