St. Regis Hotel
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... find the shop where I bought a pair of pants. However the nice children's store "Kids Kapoodle" was there! I almost got Caleb some pokemon items, but decided to get them back in the States instead.
Came back to the room before 6. The ChurchillWild reception dinner was at 7. We met all the 7 other couples and the Nat Geo photographer, Jad, who will be leading the photo trip for the next session. He was just getting familiar with the place this time. A real nice ...
... t it be nice to bond with your neice?” Barry actually thinks that this is a good idea. Neither of us has our phone in the house but we will give Barry the phone number so that he can arrange something with Lesleigh’s mom.
It is now around 10:00 p.m. We need to get going. It is still another hour or so till we get back to the city and my sister’s place. We gather our things together and say goodbye to Mother. Barry gathers up ...
... meets us at the door.
Christine introduces us to her mother Suzanne. We have a light and casual conversation over coffee and buns. There are funny moments and some serious. Suzanne tells the story of the attacking rooster. We talk and we laugh and we talk some more. Before we know it a couple of hours have passed and Fred arrives home from his trip to see his friend and to mom and dad’s. More talking, more visiting with ...
Well it's certainly been an adventure, just booking everything!!! Sinisa was waiting on his citizenship... Hoping to get it before we left, I didn't think I'd need to "check in on him" and he waited, and waited... And waited. Finally in January I said ummmmm we need to book these flights we can't wait for you anymore I sent him to a travel agent thinking this would be better for this trip less to do and worry about. He went explained the situation we wanted to do Australia New ...
... so what did they use for fuel? How did they handle the sub zero temperatures (up to 40 below zero) and high winds that always seems to be present? They certainly were a hardy group of people.
After landing our driver urged us to hurry as they were about to release a nuisance bear being held in the "polar bear jail". We got to witness this popular event. Bears that wander into town are captured and put into "jail" for up to 30 days, without food ( they do not eat ...