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... dads case, packing for a two week bus trip! Mum and dad had brought over a big bag of souvenirs that I'd been unable to fit in when I'd first flown over, so at least that left them with a bit of extra room for anything they might fancy buying ( probably not fridge magnets, which I seem addicted to buying, ha!) I did some more school prep, and we walked over to the Clubhouse in the afternoon. Dad and I played a couple of games on the pool table, while mum explored the library ...
... is a doctor or nurse or someone with medical training aboard, could you please make yourself known by pressing your call button." Yikes! The lady in the row ahead of us pressed her button and she was taken to the back of the plane and seemed to be there quite a while.
In any case, we seemed to make up 5 minutes in the air and landed in Toronto at 8:06 but they made an announcement to keep seated because ...
... attendants are telling you how bad the food is before you get it. THEN we find out that you have to pay for your alcohol not even one glass of wine! Wow, I can't believe how bad everything was what a disappointment! These Americans in front of us were ragging on Air Canada so hard I was embarrassed! The guy had these little shampoo bottles filled with booze!!! Sinisa and I clearly that that was awesome and that became the highlight of the ...
Not for the first time in my travels, an overcast sky and rain accompanied me on my drive to Edmonton International Airport. Another early morning departure, in order to get to my destination - Montreal - earlier, with the hope of taking a stroll in the streets.
First the business of transiting in Winnipeg.The many lakes near this prairie city appeared below, then the Assiniboine River, before the city and its airport materialized. A short, ...
... best at the moment. Half the zoo is a construction site while the "Journey to Churchill" exhibit is being built right in the centre of the place. It's going to be one of, if not the most extraordinary free range exhibits in the world. They plan to have up to six polar bears roaming in a huge open area that's being formed into arctic tundra, water and hopefully for the bears sakes, places to keep cool in what can be a very hot summer here. The whole massive enclosure will ...
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Other places to stay in Nunavut
The Astro Hill Terrace, Iqaluit | 3 star hotelfrom $219
Building 807, Iqaluit | Hotelfrom $189
1036 Ring Road, Iqaluit | 3 star hotelfrom $155
Box 387, Iqaluit | 3 star hotelfrom $119
Box 40 NU X0C 0G0, Rankin Inlet | Hotelfrom $197
P.O. Box 53, Nunavut | Hotelfrom $135
3618 McAvoy Rd., Box 820, Nunavut | Hotelfrom $149