Sauniq Hotel

Address: Bag 219 , Nunavut, Canada | Hotel
 
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A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Aug 08, 2015

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... was back to Rae's for a delicious dinner, and I wasn't allowed to help in the preparation, although I must admit I didn't try all that hard. Rae is a great cook and I was happy to leave it in his capable hands. We talked while he cooked and over dinner and into the late evening. He has a much better memory of our childhood than I do despite being 4 years younger. Sorry I didn't take any pictures today either. Will try harder ...

Jazzy Winnipeg

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Jun 17, 2015

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Day 2 in Winnipeg was all at Assiniboine Park. In the morning we strolled round the English Garden and the Leo Mol sculpture park. Delightful setting! Then, after a picnic lunch, be biked over to the Zoo. We debated spending the $17.50 each to get in, but are glad we did. There are still questions of course, about the morality of keeping wild animals in captivity, but for the most part the enclosures were large and the animals ...

Hometown Winnipeg, Manitoba

A travel blog entry by klbrown on Jun 13, 2014

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Driving from Arnes to Winnipeg takes about 2 hours driving the rig and towing our Honda. Mileage is awful - like 10 miles per gallon.....so we travel at 90 km maximum to get the best fuel mileage we can. We can't really scout around for the cheapest gas because, more importantly we need a gas station large enough to easily drive our 53' of motorhome plus car and be able to get in and out without taking out a gas pump! The highway in ...

The Plan

A travel blog entry by laura.meuckon on Mar 27, 2014

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... 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 ...

Winter Concert and a Christmas countdown...

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Dec 10, 2013

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... 2010. It was kinda cool, and weird, to hear a South Australian voice again, and I really noticed the accent after not hearing one for quite a while, apart from my own family and friends. Jen had so many Aussie animal tree decorations from her time there, it was great! Of course, it had already been snowing on and off for several weeks by then, so it was the perfect start to start the month with the lead up to Christmas.




School continued apace, we'd just ...

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