TravelPod Member ReviewsMackenzie Hotel Inuvik
We were pleased with the hotel. The place was clean, wifi, small frig, coffee maker and microwave in the room. We were comfortable. Very nice people in the lounge and restaurant. Best place to stay in Inuvik.
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... to make a shift to the left. The long standing ice road was now closed and Inuvik had become a 'fly only' community for the month. The river was in 'break up' and the road to Tuk vanishing upon our very own eyes. Hearing the slabs of ice break apart from itself sounded like a low tone muffle rising through the ground, yet smashing with each crack of the 6 foot deep ice. The size of the ...
... all the events. The Circumpolar Games were starting the next day.
We drove over the campsite and registered and checked out our site. The mosquitoes were too thick to get out. We took a quick tour of the village and stopped into the North Mart – it resembles a Wal-Mart with all their stuff. We checked out the prices in the grocery section. $10 CDN for a gallon of milk or 24 pack of Coke. How do they afford it?
... Territory (NWT) in Canada. He said the road was good but he did have several flats. He told us about his trip and it sounded doable. So, we changed out plans. We decided to go north from Dawson City, Yukon to Inuvik. My cousin has actually done some consulting at the school in Inuvik; it is a very small world.
I have decided to combine several days on the road to Inuvik and back. It will help me catch up on the blog and not bore you with ...
... me one morning to watch the soccer games. Ignorantly I assumed she meant the FIFA games - also being unaware that they do not start until June - had questioned if she was going to watch at the bar or someone's home. Her response was "East 3 school." I didn't understand but followed suit, excited for something new yet again.
Arriving to East 3 Elementary School it is customary to take your shoes off at the door. Polite and proper, right? Odd, unique, ...
... town that has enriched many of my weekends, and the local residents have all made a difference in the various activities.
Strutting down the slippery road I've observed the extent of effort put into making a community work. The desires, needs, and outcomes are evident as I notice how residents are the glue of the town. Bill the Fruitman owns an 18 wheeler that he brings into town every 3 weeks after driving from BC and Alberta bringing up a ...