Mariaggi's Theme Suites Hotel
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... and loss to my soul for allowing anything else in. Scripture foundation in "growing through" is as follows, from II Corinthians 7:9-11 "I rejoice, not that you were made sorry, but that your sorrow led to repentance. For you were made sorry in a Godly manner, .... For Godly sorrow produces repentance... For observe this very thing, that you sorrow end in a Godly manner. What DILIGENCE...CLEARING....INDIGNATION ...FEAR...VEHEMENT DESIRE...ZEAL...VINDICATION! In all things you ...
Feb 11, Tuesday:
- After a 2 ½ hour flight from Vancouver, it's home sweet home! (flight landed 7:15 pm)
- After being away 171 days, it's great to be home despite the chilly -21 C weather
- Total distance travelled is an estimated 26,000 km
- Took over 6000 ...
... one you pulled out when you had your turn, you had to perform or do a certain thing, or make others do it. Everything time a king was turned, you had to pour some of your drink into the centre cup, and the one who found the final king card had to drink everything that was in the cup, thankfully I dodged that bullet! It was a hoot, and before I knew it, it was after 9, and Mary Anne kindly drove me home, because that's the kind of people Winnipegers are. Then it was packing until I got ...
... I can't rate this experience in the same way as I have the cities, however, what I would say is that it is an incredible experience. For those who can't stand the idea of 4-5 days on a train then I suggest you fly to Edmonton and board the train there to Vancouver. A sleeper car would be nice, but for me, it would have resulted in a more isolated experience amongst a very different group of people from the fun-loving, young, pi*s-taking buddies that I spent the trip ...
... frozen solid! The following day they were ready for an outing of a more tourist like nature, but since the weather was still horribly humid, we decided upon the Manitoba Museum Of Man And Nature. It was only 25 minutes or so drive away (my car has questionable air conditioning...so forget the long out of town trips in this weather!) and cool indoors. I had two free entry tickets I'd been saving from when I'd bought a twelve month membership. This included entry into the Science ...