White Tower Motel
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... a number of 'wild blueberry' or 'blueberry' stands. We decided to stop at one . . . and bought about a 1/2-quart of the same small blueberries as we purchased in New Brunswick . . . and four wild blueberry torts. The lady told me that the other stands are all owned by the same woman, but this is her stand and she makes everything she sells--and picks the berries. Now, that is purchase I feel pretty good about! [Carol and I both ...
... hits us and the boat gets over to 35 degrees off center.
We anchor near the yacht club and swim and have drinks and appys.. all around a really tough day! Top it off with a great Rack of Lamb dinner that Bob cooks and some more wine and cards!
Sleep very well this night
ps and Danny almost lopes off his big toe on the sailboat bringing up the anchor,, so now has a large bandaged toe!
... that this was also famous for something else......even beyond the "Can Can"! A Taxi back was hailed and although we thought we could walk part of the way, we were tired and hot as the day had progressively got hotter and hotter. ( no complaints about this). Back at the hotel Nancy let us know that the Louvre was closed as it was Tuesday and somehow we had neglected this on reading the opening days. She indulged in a little retail therapy on her walk back home. Last ...
... of before, and enjoyed it all. Eating from the street hawkers is a normal, everyday activity for people in Malaysia; a practice that would never pass Canadian food inspection laws. And yet, we never once became ill from eating food from hawkers, or a road side restaurant. Go figure.
Malaysia provides a true mix of cultures (Malay, Chinese, Indian, etc.), religions (Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist), nature (rain forests, beaches, ...
... Can I buy peanut butter in Kathmandu? In other words, I'm not certain where I will land when I leap. I find comfort, my safety net, in knowing that many people are supporting me. Many of you have donated money, supplies and gifts (like the Izzy dolls in the photo) and all of you have told me you'll be thinking about me or praying for me. So, even though I’ll be by myself, I won’t really be alone.
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