Mariaggi's Theme Suites Hotel
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Monday was our last day on island and the end to a fantastic trip.
Myra and I went over to pick up our dive equipment from Tiny Bubbles, our Dive Master and we also picked up a CD of pictures that I will edit and add to this blog. We moved on to Kapalua Bay for our last snorkel of the trip. Deb and Mark joined us we had ...
... somewhere. We headed along the highway and reached Truro and found a "Thrift Shop". It was quite funny as I went up to these two guys who were emptying a charity bin and asked them where to put the stuff but they were “intellectually challenged” but managed to point around a corner. Jenny carried the big box and I had the small tent box into the building and all the workers just stood around watching Jenny struggled with the box as they didn't know what to ...
... Shane, if you read this, there is one extremely elderly lady passenger a Québecois, very frail & wearing a straw hat, I feel that any moment she is going to ask "does anyone know where this cruise is going"? We are enjoying it enormously, but I feel that when we become acclimatised to the movement and pace it will be over & time to drag ourselves back into the real world, still another 10 days left to enjoy ...
... water!] that allowed the Hudson Bay Company to access central Canada for trading. But we never figured out the parking, so we didn't go in. (The main museum lot was $3/hour, there were other cheaper lots, but we either didn't have Canadian coins for one meter, or the other type wouldn't take our credit cards. :( ) Later, looking at the Museum's website, it seems the ship is being overhauled, so we probably wouldn't ...
... that is the nature of the beast in group travel. The food was soooo plentiful - I would skip breakie - but others would be grazing all day on the supplied pastries and biscuits.
The scenery was amazing with very clear delineations from wooded forests, to the prairies then to agricultural land before hitting the Rocky Mountains. I still have a little sense of rocking in my head after being in perpetual motion for over 3 days - the bed took ...