Super 8 Langley / Aldergrove
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... but ts pretty fun and a lot more high tech than Trex - it's also tiny in comparison to Trex ! I then asked about a sat nav......$50 Per day!! - No. So the guy gave us a map of Vancouver and we left an navigated in the dark in a new city using a map that didn't have our hotels road on it! Anyway somehow we managed it - without a u turn or anything! And we pulled up at the YWCA and I headed inside to get a parking sensor for the underground parking lot! We then checked in - ...
... to continue the good work he has started. His hand has continued to guide me, bringing me to a new place. With gratitude and thanksgiving, I want to talk about this next season of my life.
Since July, I have been privileged to be a part of a community called Servants (Short form of Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor). It is a Christian community of people who seek to live intentional and incarnational lives in slum areas, where mutually transformative relationships ...
A little lie in this morning but still up and checked out by 9:30. Able to leave the car in the hotel parking lot, see what I've done there, and off for a last potter round Victoria. Managed to find a little coffee shop for breakfast on coffee, yogurt, fruit and granola. We are trying to balance good breakfast against humungous dinner ! Really liked Victoria but now have to drive to Swartz Bay to catch ...
... off my ultimate Vancity bucket list. But in the end that’s not what this trip’s ended up being about, is it?
When you’re having a really ****** time of it, when someone’s treated you really badly, there are two lovely things about travel that operate as a kind of salve.
The first is the sense of achievement that comes from getting something done in an unfamiliar place. Or when something goes wrong. ...
... but it has given me the confidence to try new stuff when I get home.
Thanks to Al for organising me on this trip as I've been quite happy to take a backward step and be led. His experience has been appreciated and it was great to see his speed improve as the week progress. He only got angry once at me and that was on the track when I was being too polite and letting others pass on a downhill section. He laughed at me when I politely asked ...