West Edmonton Mall Inn
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"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." A common expression that can be found painted on the walls of dressing rooms, combat training facilities and classrooms throughout the world; a spoken wisdom from hours of sweat, successes and failures. Throughout my career as an athlete (NCAA hockey player, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt) I've become a member of the collective wisdom of this statement. Hard work encompasses so much more than just working hard at your ...
... for the first bit, once we got onto highway 2 it was nearly 100kms of straight road before the first little bend. Incredible. We stopped for a picnic lunch in Red Deer before continuing on the way with me driving for the last hour of our trip. We made it to our hotel, absolutely loving having Melvyn's NavMan to use, so great to know where you are going and how long till you get there! After driving around for over half ...
Well, it was about 20 hours from when we woke up until we were home. We had tense moments being unable to check in, had to run to catch our two connections. and had to endure about a dozen screaming kids on the plane, but it could not dampen our overall enjoyment of our trip. It is now time to get back to work so we can plan our next Great ...
... living things and structures we come across everyday.This is just a portion of photos we took, we will be making a book incorporating all of them, but we hope you enjoy the snip-it presented here.
Enjoy a pictorial trip around the world... with our feet!!!.
Thank you again and happy travels
Greetings! You've probably come to this blog because you know one of us through Facebook, but if you've just stumbled upon it by accident, welcome! We hope you'll enjoy this travel blog of our epic and eagerly-anticipated trip to London!
We are Linz (Lindsay) and The HIV (Aidan), a pretty boring married couple in our late twenties, with no kids and three cats, tucked away in a weird but wonderful corner of Old Strathcona in Edmonton, ...