The Discovery Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Discovery Hotel Iqaluit
ok, teuer und kein toller Service. Das nächste Mal wird ein anderes Hotel ausprobiert.
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I still cannot believe that I forgot my passport in Fresno. After I stripped my plane and
emptied all my clothes...I had to do some investigating on where it was located. I called every person I had been staying with for the last couple of days. I was very confused on where it could have been. I KNEW I had it with me. I was dumbfounded by this occurrence.
The answer was the same from everyone; “Jack we searched everywhere and ...
The morning came fast and I had a decision to make. Would I go all the way to Iqaluit or would I go half way to Goose Bay, Canada? I looked at the weather for my flight and decided it was good enough to go all the way to Iqaluit. The only thing I had working against me was how late it already was. Robin and I left for the airport around 10:00AM. I did not end up taking off till 11:30AM. It was overcast so I had to ...
... to try walrus in any form, which luckily also includes the fermented walrus delicacy (walrus sausage that is buried in the sand and left to ferment for 4 months...I'm not kidding, this is exactly how it is made)
Unless something happens between tomorrow and the start of our trip in Africa (August 23rd) there probably won't be any more blogs until then. See you on the next continent!!!