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I am leaving on 30 Sept. 2012 for my trip. I am starting to get everything all packed up and organized. I have a big pile of things to pack and it just keeps getting bigger! Thanks to everyone for all of the MEC gift cards... you have really helped get me prepared. If I have forgotten anything, then I will just have to get it on the road.
My first stop will be Belize. From there I will travel down Central America and South America. After that, I will head across to New ...
... in the time period, but they did a pretty good job with it. I was very impressed and I especially liked riding on the steam train to get out to the other side of the park. There were even gift shops, cinema, cafes and a functional 1920s hotel spread throughout the park which was great.
In the afternoon, we drove into downtown to have lunch and meet Daryl at a bike festival, but he had already left. After eating, we drove back across the river to go to the ...
... 160; Oodles of RED! Not good. Long story short, we rebooked for tomorrow morning. Our options were to stay and hope to make the delayed 1 AM flight back to YK that night, or rebook for the next morning or evening. Easy choice I think. So we settled all that paper work and then absolutely gorged in Harveys and made our way to the nearest hotel (almost).
Tomorrow... home!?! Yes... it'll happen! :)
... Edmonton, that was "Where The Streets Have No Name".
It appeared that tonight's playlist consisted of a list of the band's greatest hits which was fine with us:
Even Better Than The Real Thing
I Will Follow
Get On Your Boots
Until The End Of The World
All I Want Is You
Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
Pride (In the Name of Love) ...
... one self down with copious luggage except it is so yesterday to dress in a shabby and overly casual manner in either London or Paris. No need to look like a hayseed from the fringes of North American society or like you have just spent two weeks canoeing down the Teslin and Yukon rivers in northern Canada. Leave the shorts and t-shirts at home; toss in a decent pair of slacks, dress shirts and a pair of dress type shoes (maybe).
-So, flesh out your wardrobe and ...