Ramada Plaza Calgary Airport Hotel And Conference Centre
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with houses made from mud and palm tree roofing. The people don't care you can't speak Portugués, it makes them want to help you more! That night I had to stay in a city called Paranaíba, not much to see there but I decided to have a feed and beer in something similar to a pub. People started filing in wearing Brazilian shirts and I noticed a volleyball game came on the TV. Volleyball here is very popular, like cricket for us. It just so happens that night Brazil was ...
... is working nights today and tomoz, we went to the Irish bar which is a stones throw from the apartment. It was scrummy but still huge portions!! I am officially not losing weight this holiday!! We plotted the plan for the next week or so. Booked a hotel in Banff for Thursday night. On the way up the the cabin in ...
... was seemingly one giant highlight reel of memories. Flying over Costa Rica's Pacific Coast in a little prop plane, feeling like we were swimming inside of an aquarium at Caño Island, gawking at a permasmiling sloth in Manuel Antonio, soaking in the luxurious Tabacon hot springs ... at times, it felt like we were constantly crossing items off of the bucket list, in a non-stop parade of greatest hits in life.
But for all the ...
... for some nachos and headed back to the resort. We were all exhausted and were in bed by 9:00.
That morning we packed up our things, said goodbyes to our resort and began the journey home. I was actually very excited to come home. My skin was ready for some colder weather with a sun that did not burn it. The trip home was quite uneventful and boring which makes it tough to blog about. The only fact worth mentioning is that lack of air-conditioning ...
... the door with groceries, his name is Aeil from Israel, a geologist looking for work in Canada. Seems a nice bloke very quiet and we had been advised that a tech was coming to do something to the wifi connection, which he did a short time later and was here a while. And then not long after that another traveller came through the door Chris from LA. Curtis (the host) has responded to where the nearest grocery shops were - 10 mins down ...