Super 8 Fort Saskatchewan
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... The trail leads down to a lakefront marsh. They have built a floating boardwalk through the marsh, ideal bittern habitat.
And he is here alright, we hear him clearly within several meters of us. But try as we might, we cannot find him. Does this count?
We return the following evening as well and once again we can hear that weird cross between a snort and a honk that is the call of the AMERICAN BITTERN. And ...
... it will be a great day. We will never look at washrooms the same way and never take for granted the comfort of a seat on the throne. Except of course for Japan, as they have it figured out with heated seats, personal ah... washers systems, and even bathroom sound masking music that make your experience worth while.
People around the world... We have noticed that often people who have the least are some of the happiest and most fulfilled people we have ever seen. We went ...
... They got a cab for each of the 3 couples and made or way to the Crowne Plaza. Roads were very busy and there were many cars and some mopeds and bikes as we got closer to downtown. Marie and I had been the last of our group to leave the airport but arrived at the hotel about 5 minutes before the others. Freshened up in our rooms, had some real good chinese food for supper (they even had pizza on the menu) and were in bed around 9 PM, 24 hours after we started our ...
We survived the long trip home, the thing that makes you wonder if it's worth it to travel that far!
Hunter threw up on the plane from Shanghai, China to Vancouver a couple times and felt really bad. Do you know how thankful I was for the air circulation and the loud noise it makes? No one even seemed to notice us. (it may have been the smell of the food on China Eastern :-), take your own snacks!!)
We made it to Vancouver and they had a wheelchair waiting for me since I wore ...
... last February. Before we left for France, I was losing my motivation to continue the exercises, but those French women helped me to regain it.
I've also resolved to continue travelling and blogging. I discovered that combining the two made both the journeying and the writing richer. Knowing I was going to write about my adventures opened up my senses and helped me to become more keenly observant. And because ...