- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Once again we had an early start to our day. We were meeting at 5:50am to make the 6:20am train to Manchester. Since it was a Monday we ended up in travelling at a busy time with people commuting to work so the train was full but fortunately no breakdowns so we made it to the airport in lots of time to get checked-in and through security.
Then off to ...
... At the end of the season we stayed with some friends that we had at Hatchet in their hometown near Saskatoon (capital of Saskatchewan province). It was great to be back in civilization, to have a real bed and all the comforts of home for a couple of days. We had a game of golf one day, and to our disappointment, Anna and I did not inherit our fathers golfing skills and we haven’t bothered to get back on the green since. On the bright side though, I’m a pretty ...
... Anderson and one from Delaware, USA, Elizabeth and Reig Outten. The plan is for us all to meet in Lima, Peru on July 4. Because we will be in the Southern Hemisphere, it will be winter down there. So now that we are finally getting hot, sunny, glorious, summer weather in Saskatoon, we are leaving it for winter. ...
... lost souls.
After a final breakfast of Candy Crush and omelettes, we said goodbye to the HAPPY folks at Buckhorn Bay and made our way west towards my old stomping grounds of SASKATOON
Thanks again to Dad and Judy...amazing hosts who even sent us away with a bag full of ham sandwiches and chili dogs for the road!
... rented it unfurnished and empty. We had so many great friends offer to store our furniture/belongings for us but arriving back just before the August long weekend meant that many were on holidays and it would take a few weeks to get everything back to normal. It was OK to take it slow and I found myself going through all the boxes and getting rid of even more stuff that you question why you have it. After living out of a backpack for a year, you realize what you really need ...