Sauniq Hotel

Bag 219 , Nunavut, Canada | Hotel
Prices starting from $114.00

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Lots of water today!

A travel blog entry by dasafish


... got a waffle cone - very good!

Now we're back at the room, getting ready to eat the quart of egg drop soup we brought home from the Chinese restaurant last night.

The weather has been delightfully cool, but at every parking lot, we see electrical outlets so people can keep their engine blocks warm in winter! That sounds too cold here in winter for me!

Tomorrow we head for Regina, Saskatchewan.

The Plan

A travel blog entry by laura.meuckon


... continue to drive along famed route 66 to Sedona. Once there we'll check into a creepy backwoods butterfly cabin Sarah has mysteriously booked for us.

Side note: Sarah has an extreme, life-long fear of winged insects, specifically moths. Her fear is that they'll spontaneously fly into her mouth . I imagine it will be a quiet night with Sarah pacing or rocking back and forth in the corner. I hope to see lots of butterflies and gently coax them towards her mouth when ...

Day of rest in Winnipeg before going to Churchill

A travel blog entry by stuartjamieson

Finally a decent nights sleep after two exhausting days of travel. Went down to a place called Forks market for a breakfast of pancakes, bacon and eggs...mmmm yum! After breakfast it was off to a local shopping mall to do some shopping, a new camera for Alison, a new camera back pack for me along with a few necessary items for the cold such as lip ...

The month that was September

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... of pre prep work in the cooking department, but we had a lovely time. Jeremy and Sandra work on either side of me, and Quon, when he's not my driving instructor, has been working quite a bit at our school lately. I had met Jeremy's new wife briefly at school one day. Rena is smart as well as beautiful, and works in a local hospital as a nurse. They were married in the summer holidays. I'd met Sandra's husband Kelly a few times, as he often comes in after school ...

Pearly King and Queen for a day

A travel blog entry by crossingtheline

Today it's our 30th wedding anniversary so we're celebrating with a toasted bagel at Winnipeg Airport - it's moments like this that are the secret to a long marriage!! And they say romance is dead?? We're headed for Denver - been quizzed as to why, what, who, where and when by US Customs already so the fact that they're allowing us to fly is a ...


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