Ramada Plaza Regina
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... practice were available and freely offered, it was extremely rewarding to begin to be able to converse with locals in their language. I even had a number of Indonesian young people join me in singing a song I had translated into Indonesian - an old favorite of mine - the Louis Armstrong Classic "When You're Smiling".
6. Touring Banda Aceh, Sumatra, the epicentre of the 2009 Tsunami, with a survivor of the tsunami as ...
... on a bush walk, came up close to a herd of elk, saw a fox and climbed a watch tower to see 360 degree views of the chain of lakes and the wonderful fall colour palette. It was a long day but a most wonderful day finished off with Vietnamese at a local restaurant.
Before heading back to Regina, Jim and Vicki took us to the Western Development Museum in town. Saskatchewan boomed with economic activity from the turn of the ...
... a friggen barn trailing behind it and we found out that Gill didn't know what a shoulder check was... Yikes! We were telling her to do them the whole time and then finally she screams "WHAT THE F#%K IS A SHOULDER CHECK?!?!??!" ... Needless to say we got her to pull over and taught her how. We set up dinner at a little pullout spot (smokies with pretzel buns!) then got on the road again for another 3 hours. We made it to a trucker stop ...
... of silos. It was a pretty prairie and then rolling hills to Brandon. We suddenly noticed a windshield crack (you are supposed to get cracked windshields in Alaska not here). It was flat, flat, flat - all wheat. We finally got to Regina after another 500 mile day. This town was very nice with a nice downtown and a very big park larger than Central Park that its residents were enjoying. We were very impressed with this city of less than ...
Well, we made it home but not without a little drama.
We showered and went to bed at 9 pm at our Lisbon airport. We both slept pretty soundly until our 2 am wake-up. At the airport at 3 am, boarded and ready to go at 5, but the Captain comes on and says we can't take off because fog in Amsterdam is resulting in only a limited number of flights being able to land there. So we may be able to take off in ...