Rosslyn Inn and Suites
Travel Blogs from Edmonton
... costing us a ton more than it should. We got smarter and asked before we got in if they would use the meter.
- overnight trains are fun!
- massage is cheap and somewhat painful but go as often as you can (Thai massage)
- we love Laos! it was laid back, people are friendly, food was good
- some of the people would line up to do aerobics in the evening by the riverside, so neat
- markets are strong smelling in the afternoons
- tuk tuks ...
... ladies catting amongst themselves and soon one went up spoke to the lady at the counter went back to her mate and then they both went up and soon the over paid customer situation was solved as these two lovely ladies were taking the Bullet for the entire plane and doing the later flight.
We were called would all elite and gold star alliance members please board the plane first, Stewart says to Nancy come on lets try it an as luck would have it for an economy flight ...
... shared desserts and by now it was almost 8. The girls decided to fit in another hour of rides in the amusement park and the rest of returned to the room to chat a little more and watch TV. When the girls returned, Patrick headed back to the casino to win back the money he lost in the afternoon. The rest of turned in fairly early and prepared for another busy day.
... but all within the regulations!!
Tuesday - sunny morning I drive to Sylvan Lake (20min) and have a latte by the water - changes here are impressive and the walkway along the Lake most enjoyable - sunny and bright! Stop in at Sylvan Star Cheese Factory - a large shop with European specialities - I buy marzipan 'potatoes' - and several samples of their cheese - they recently won for 'best gouda' - including one flavoured with celery and nettle!!
... many of you know, I became highly interested in food security and food sovereignty (the notion that all people have the right to food at all times and the right to decide how to get that food... in direct discordance with the great urban chicken debates currently going on in Calgary and Edmonton) back during the writing of my master's thesis, the fieldwork for which took place in a slum in Dhaka. I had set out to do a project exploring ...